Clinton is passionate about the intersection between academia, theology and poverty alleviation. Besides his role facilitating the Asian stream of the MTD at Eastern, he manages a small aid organisation called Amos Australia and is currently completing a PhD through the University of Divinity, looking at how theology shapes supporter engagement by Australian aid organisations.
‘The Case for Advocacy in the Style of the Biblical Prophets’ in Where Human Rights and Biblical Justice Meet. S. Bradbury (ed). Eastern College & Graceworks. 2020.
‘The Poor just Might Be the Educators We Need for Global Sustainability—A Manifesto for Consulting the Unconsulted’ in Sustainability and the Humanities. Leal Filho W., Consorte McCrea A. (eds). Springer. Co-authored with J. Luetz and K. Hills. 2019. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-95336-6_7
‘Yelling at God about Poverty’ in Where Spirituality and Justice Meet. S. Bradbury, L. Jackson (eds). MST Press & Graceworks. 2018.
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