For this Land: Writings on Religion in America

Book, 1999, 311 pp
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One of the most influential Indigenous thinkers in North America, Deloria (1933-2005) brings history, law, theology, and Indigenous worldviews together to challenge dominant Settler Christian understandings of religion, church, politics, and land. It's a wide-ranging set of essays written between the 1960s and the '90s that's passionate and brimming with bold assertions. You won't always agree with Deloria, but he will provoke questions you haven't previously imagined as he privileges the power of place and Indigenous knowledges - the kinds of questions our churches need to ask in order to put a dent into the Doctrine.

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