On episode 16 of the #AskSteveAustin podcast, Steve Austin talks with artist and theologian, Andre Henry. If you've been glued to the news out of Charlottesville, much like the rest of the country, you may be left asking, "What now?" If so, this episode is for you.
Andre Henry is an artist and theologian, contending for what the world ought to be. He's an award-winning singer-songwriter, based in Los Angeles, by way of Atlanta and New York. Andrew has a degree from Fuller Seminary, with an emphasis in Biblical Languages. He is passionate about justice and faith. Connect with Andre at AndreRHenry.com (subscribe to his mailing list!), follow him on Instagram @theandrehenry and on Twitter @andrehenry.
What is a "theology of justice"?
Everything we do and say is a social action. Everything is political.
Genesis 1 is political (don't miss this!).
The evolution from the plantation to the prison.
What kind of guy carries around a 100-pound granite rock everywhere he goes?
What's it like to witness Charlottesville as a black man?
Can you separate your faith from your politics?
"Searching for Sunday" by Rachel Held Evans
How would you rate President Trump's response?
What if all the protestors had been Muslim, and one person died?
How should the church respond?
What are we missing?
What's your definition of justice?
- Follow Andre on Spotify.
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- President Trump's America: A Lament
- 5 Ways to Practice Self-Care During a Political Freak Show
- What Will I Do with My Straight White Privilege?
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