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dc.contributor.authorJohn Warhurst
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dc.date.created2017-02-28 00:40
dc.date.issued2010-06-30
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dc.description.abstractThe elevation of Julia Gillard means the Australian Christian Lobby now needs to engage afresh with a new Prime Minister, writes John Warhurst in Eureka StreetALTHOUGH Christians are an extremely diverse group, successful political lobbying depends on common priorities. But Christians, who share many basic beliefs, rarely agree on what they really want from government. They can occasionally be successful as individual churches, but agreement between churches is still the exception. That was the context for the Make it Count 2010 forum hosted by the Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) at Old Parliament House last Monday night. The theme was 'What values will define the nation after the election'? Kevin Rudd, in one of his final public appearances, and Tony Abbott addressed… Read the full article Pictured: Jim Wallace, Managing Director, Australian Christian Lobby
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dc.subjectElections
dc.titleCampaigning to Christians
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