Articles by: Andrew Simpson
Andrew Simpson is a Policy Associate for Sojourners in Washington DC. Born and raised in Chapel Hill, North Carolina as the son of a pastor, he is passionate about exploring the complexity of the gospel and its radical implications for our world. After graduating from UNC with a degree in economics, Simpson moved to DC to pursue the opportunity to engage the faith community in important policy issues such as immigration reform, creation care and domestic poverty. In his free time, he dabbles in a diverse mix of music, art, athletics and other random adventures.

Young Evangelical Responds to Charles R. Worley 18
by / on May 23, 2012 at 1:39 am / in Broken World, Current Events

Young Evangelical Responds to Charles R. Worley

A conservative North Carolina pastor’s final solution to get rid of gay people pits him against the life and teachings of Jesus, argues young evangelical and North Carolina native (and pastor’s son) Andrew Simpson.

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Soulful Isolation with James Vincent McMorrow (album review) 2
by / on March 2, 2011 at 11:27 pm / in Pop Culture, Shattered Faith

Soulful Isolation with James Vincent McMorrow (album review)

It’s rare to attend a concert where the opening act is so compelling that you wish it were the main event. As James Vincent McMorrow — the opening act — walked off the concert stage, those of us in attendance watched jaws hit the floor in a state of reverent awe. His latest album leaves us just as spellbound.

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