Bob Dylan’s music: More faith than you might think

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Bob Dylan

By Tim Stark

” … I got to wondering exactly how my songs related to literature.” –
Bob Dylan, Nobel Lecture Intro, June 4, 2017 (emphasis added)

“… keep your hand on that plow / hold on …” – “Gospel Plow,” Bob Dylan, 1962

In Bob Dylan’s recently released Nobel Prize lecture, there are clear indications he is still pressing on and hanging on to a rock-solid belief in a Chief Commander of the Universe, and this foundation provides him a base on which he builds a verbal construct from the educational blueprint mapped out in his schoolboy years and extended into his modern times.

Whatever else (along with the times) might be shakin’ and rattlin’ and rapidly agin’ and fadin’ and a-changin’, his deference to and reverence toward the One Who oversees all and makes now’s loser into later’s winner has been, seemingly – from

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