A jazz theologian is someone who has discovered that jazz is more than music.
Jazz is a window into America’s soul–When you see a jazz ensemble you are watching an audible history of America, from the perspective of a group of people that didn’t exist before this country. Jazz theologians syncopate, improvise and respond to the call of a Love Supreme.
What would you say is the greatest challenge Black America is facing?
What do you think is most difficult about being black and Christian in America?
What’s on your Sankofa bucket list?
How else do you see these jazz elements in the life of Jesus?