Why should I vote for the benefit of others? That’s the question we’re tackling on today’s episode of ‘How in God’s name should I vote?’ And you know what? It’s pretty counter-cultural because our instinct is to ask ‘which party is offering me the best deal? Which candidate has my best interests at heart?’
In this episode, we’re going to challenge that mindset. Consider voting for someone else’s benefit.
Host Andrew Palmer will be joined by;
- John Dickson, founding director of the Centre for Public Christianity (CPX)
- Mike Frost, author, theologian, and head of missiology at Morling College
- World Vision advocate Tim Costello
- Jo Knight, national advocacy coordinator for TEAR Australia
- Sojourners founder and ‘God’s Politics’ author Jim Wallis
- Ruth Powell, director of NCLS research
- Brooke Prentis, spokesperson of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Team for Common Grace
- Andrew Scipione, chairman of Georges River Life Care, former NSW Police Commissioner
- Peter Martin, former economics editor of The Age newspaper
They’ll challenge our voting habits and help us consider a range of key policy areas that may shape the way we think!