Josh Buck is back on the podcast! The last time Josh joined me, he shared about his dissertation research into the Charleston Massacre. He also let us know he had a book set to release and now it’s here! When I began reading Everyday Activism, I surprised myself at how many dog-eared pages and underlined passages I had already marked in just the first chapter. If you’ve had concerns on your heart and you feel an inkling to do something about them, but you’re not sure just what to do (not everyone can be a full-time activist or advocate), this is the book and conversation for you.
For more encouragement from Josh on how you can practice everyday activism in your context, connect with him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Mentioned in this episode:
Everyday Activism: Following 7 Practices of Jesus to Create a Just World by J.W. Buck
Episode 143 with Josh Buck on his PhD research into the Charleston Massacre
Pax Culture Loop: A Reflective Journey To Better Understand Cultural Identity
“Beth Moore, a Prominent Evangelical, Splits With Southern Baptists” in NYT
Leave LOUD: Jemar Tisby’s Story on Pass the Mic
FREE workbook download from Josh!
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Ep. 169 with Soong-Chan Rah on evangelicalism and justice
Ep. 150 with Jason Porterfield on fighting like Jesus
Ep. 136 with Shane Blackshear, host of Seminary Dropout podcast