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Wednesday, 4 June 2014 | Melbourne

The latest edition of Engage.Mail has just landed in subscribers in-boxes. This month Brett Parris reflects on the Federal Budget, Charles Ringma looks at the challenge of 'First World' re-evangelization, Miroslav Volf is interviewed by Gordon Preece, and Denise Cooper-Clarke looks at conscientious objection and section 8 of the Victorian Abortion Law Reform Act 2008.

On the Ethos Blog, Kara Martin reviews the recent 'Redeeming Work' Conference. A reminder to Zadok Perspectives subscribers: we also have a referenced version there of Dianne Brown's recent article "We Are What We Eat".

Over the next two weeks, Melbourne viewers can see Gordon Preece on Channel 31 on Thursday at 11:30pm for the 'Harmony and Diversity' program. Mick Pope and Claire Dawson appeared on the program over the last two weeks. These videos will soon be uploaded to the program's YouTube channel.

End of Financial Year Appeal
Ethos: EA Centre for Christianity & Society empowers Australian Christians to connect and engage with a society searching for an ethos—a sense of character—in complex, chaotic times. Through our print publications, Equip and Zadok, with Engage.mail and with regular public discussions, we want to invite and expand conversations about Christian faith and a changing world. We engage writers and thinkers from Australia and the rest of the world to shed light on everyday issues, social trends and ways to connect with our world and humanity. Despite our paid consultancies, subscriptions to our publications and other sources of income, we are looking at a $20,000 shortfall in our 2014-2015 budget. We need your help. We want to keep publishing the best thinking on faith and engagement. If you would like to help us, we need your support, right now in particular.

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