A Native American Theology

Book, 2001, 204 pp
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While observing traditional categories of Christian theology (Creation, Diety, Christology, etc.) each of these is reimagined consistent with Native American experiences, values and worldview. The authors also address issues facing Native Americans today, including racism, poverty, stereotyping, cultural appropriation and religious freedom.
"Three Indigenous theologians come together to dialogue with the classic categories of Christian systematic theology—God, sin, salvation, creation, eschatology, and more. The result is an unsettling challenge for those of us who've assumed that Euro-white-Christianity is "mere Christianity." If you are open to Jesus as trickster and a living, teaching land, then this is for you." - Steve Heinrichs, Director, Mennonite Church Canada Indigenous Relations

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