Ep. 24 – Nathan Brown, Engage

Nathan Brown shares about his book of collected essays, Engage: Faith that Matters. “Faith that matters begins and ends with Jesus–and is focused on Him everywhere in between. But engaging with Jesus will always send us back to our time and place, to our communities and our world, just as He was sent. This collection of essays wrestles with aspects of this faithful process, particularly as it calls us to engage with issues that hurt those who are most marginalised and vulnerable in our world” (back cover).

Nathan Brown is book editor at Signs Publishing Company in Melbourne, Australia. He is author or editor of 14 books, as well as hundreds of articles in Adventist and other publications around the world. He has degrees in law, literature, English and writing, and is currently completing a Masters of Theology and Justice through Kilns College.

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