Dr. Nicole Anderson Cobb is an amazing woman with a rich background as a researcher, professor, activist, journalist, award-winning playwright, community volunteer, and a wife and mom. She’s a staff writer for the online magazine Smile Politely covering race relations & governance, gun violence, and economic disparities. In 2019, she created a series called “When Faith Speaks” exploring the intersections of faith leaders and communities, politics, and society.
Nicole is a world traveler and a lifelong learner. She is currently part of the Newbigin Fellowship seminary program equipping people to embody the way of Jesus, the call to peace, and the work of justice.
Books, Podcasts, Poets, and Resources Nicole references:
- When Christians Were Jews by
- Theologian Howard Thurman
- Poet Pádraig Ó Tuama at the Church of the Heavenly Rest
- Theologian James Cohn
- Frank Thomas sermons on YouTube
- The Bible Project podcast
- Yoga with Adrienne