Scott Morrison To Release “More Religious Than Political” Memoir

Former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is releasing a memoir, discussing “cancel culture, identity politics and deep secularisation”.

The book, titled Plans for Your Good – A Prime Minister’s Testimony of God’s Faithfulness, promises “fascinating insights”, but its publisher warned readers it will be a “less political memoir and more pastoral encouragement”.

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“Full of fascinating insights into the handling of some of the most significant global events and issues of our time Morrison’s honest, vulnerable and reflective answers offers a unique lens to better understand your relationship with God and the blessing that can flow from such a relationship,” the book’s overview page said.

“During one of the toughest periods since the Second World War, covering drought, wildfires, a global pandemic and recession, he chronicles God’s faithfulness throughout, win or lose, public criticism or public success.”

Mr Morrison will answer questions including “Who am I?” and “How do I live?”

Thomas Nelson, a division of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, is due to release the 288-paged book in mid-2024.

The former Liberal leader was the country’s first Pentecostal prime minister, declaring in his election win speech he had “always believed in miracles”.

It was just one of the many public expressions of religious faith by Mr Morrison.

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