In Australian public life, there’s a range of Christian voices — Danny Nalliah, George Pell, plus a constant trickle of centre-right politicians trying to put in a good word. The problem is, few of these voices resonate with me as a Christian.
It’s good news that the Centre for Public Christianity provides a thoughtful, credible and articulate Christian voice. It’s headed up by two of Australia’s best Christian thinkers, Greg Clarke and John Dickson. Case in point: their roundup on Joe Hockey’s recent comments about the Bible.
Check out their videos and articles and, if you like what you see, why not e-mail ABC’s Q&A to suggest Greg Clarke and John Dickson as panellists — both to represent Australian Christians and to provide a coherent Christian perspective on Australian public issues.
Arthur Davis is an Aussie living in Tanzania, writing at meetjesusatuni.com.