Some truths really are stranger than fiction.
The Heidelberg Catechsim is one of the oldest confessional expressions of Faith in use. Developed in the 16th Century, it is one of the Standards of the Dutch Reformed Tradition. The Dutch Reformed, with their “Mecca” in Grand Rapids, are often caricatured (perhaps unfairly) for their stoicism, stuffiness, and for being sticklers for the old traditions.
But now there is a Rap song celebrating the Heidelberg Catechism. It’s by a guy named Curtis Allen, aka Voice. Who would have ever thought?
To listen, and to get the background, watch this video:
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you could just listen to the beat of those high bass from Rap songs, i just like rap songs ,*,