He has been called a philosopher, a dark poet, and a troubadour of truth for generations. Leonard Cohen, who died in 2016 at age 82, expressed a progressive theology with both Jewish and Christian dimensions in his sharply perceptive and heartfelt songs and poems about religion, politics, isolation, relationships, and community. In this service of music, spoken word pieces, silence, and reflection, we’ll explore the brokenness and the hope in Cohen’s enduring Hallelujahs.
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