Adventist Peace Radio, Episode 24: Nathan Brown Publishes Engage

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In this episode Jeff Boyd interviews Nathan Brown about his book Engage: Faith That Matters, which is a collection of essays originally written for Adventist World magazine. By addressing a wide range of peace and justice themes, Nathan explores how our faith can and should engage our world in meaningful ways.

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.


Engage: Faith That Matters (2018):

Sample of other books:


Thank you, Lisa Diller, for recording the intro to this episode. Lisa is a history professor at Southern Adventist University, and she recently spent a year teaching at Avondale College. Dr. Diller is the APF Peace Church Network Coordinator, and you can hear her talk about the network on two Adventist Peace Radio episodes—numbers 4 and 23. If you’d like to learn more about this network, you can contact Lisa through our website. As a side note, both of us--Lisa Diller and Jeff Boyd--have promo blurbs in the book, but we aren't receiving any remuneration for promoting the book.

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