Dan Hodge

Dan White Hodge, PhD is a dynamic speaker, scholar, Hip Hop theologian, urban worker, & racial bridge builder that connects Urban popular culture with daily life events. Dan has been an active member of the Hip Hop Community for over 20 years and continues to not only study the culture from both an academic and practical perspective, but live it as well. He has over 16 years of urban youth work experience having worked for Young Life and now working with undocumented peoples in Los Angeles with his wife Emily. Dan’s books are “Heaven Has A Ghetto: The Missiological Gospel and Theology of Tupac Amaru Shakur” (VDM Academic 2010) and “The Soul of Hip Hop: Rimbs Timbs & A Cultural Theology” (IVP August 2010).

On the Web: http://www.whitehodge.com

Resources from Dan Hodge:

Christ Appropriating the Culture of Hip Hop
The Soul of Hip Hop, Pt II

The Soul of Hip Hop Part 1
Toward A Missiological Gospel of A Culture

FAQs and The Low Down Dirty on Hip Hop Culture Fo Yo Ministry! Part II

FAQs and The Low Down Dirty on Hip Hop Culture Fo Yo Ministry

Urban Emergent: An Oxymoron?

When it All Comes Colliding Together

The Place & Space of the Hood
Space and the Reality of Identity in the New Millennium

Indigenous Urban Leadership Development

An Empirical Analysis of Acting White
A Study You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Wankstas & Wiggas
Dealing with the New Generation of White Hip Hop Culture

So Fresh and So Clean
Hip-hop’s Voice on Personal Image and Your Ministry

How’d We Get Here?
Leadership in a Postmodern Environment

Power Under Control
Towards a Leader, Not a Manager

Tu-Pac’s Insights for Youth Workers
“Don’t Get It Twisted”