Following Jesus in Invaded Space: Doing Theology in Aboriginal Land
Given the tremendous harm that colonial Christianity has wrought, a widespread assumption is that most indigenous people reject Christian religion. Surprisingly, that's not the case. Why is that? In this nuanced and courageous collection, contributors have engaged Christianity, asking how and why some aligned themselves with it, while others did not. But there's a lot more here than historical reflection. There's a vulnerable search for honest and personal engagement that will push us away from paths of assimilation towards a mutual decolonization.
|Publisher||Wipf and Stock Publishers|
|Collection||Be It Resolved Additional Resources, Learning And Unlearning, God, Church And Host Peoples, Yours, Mine, Ours Additional Resources, 2021 MCEC Pastors, Chaplains and Congregational Leaders Event|
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