Pop Theology: Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, and Selena Gomez

March 24, 2017 — Leave a comment

“God looks for opportunities to show affection, almost always with the subtlety of an attentive lover.”

Taylor Swift "Speak Now World Tour" In New York City - November 22, 2011

(Getty Images)

Recently, the UK’s Catholic Herald published my article on the theology of pop music. It is essentially a reflection on the need for the Church to reclaim eros, the love of desire that propels us to full union with our beloved.

The piece focuses on the music of Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, and Selena Gomez.

Check it out here:

http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/issues/march-24th-2017/taylor-swifts-psalms-show-me-how-to-love-god/

Best wishes,
David J.W. Inczauskis, S.J.

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