Treaty and Covenant: Creating Space for Hope: 2021
Table of Contents:
- Adrian Jacobs, “A Spiritual Covenant with Churches and First Nations,” pp. 1–9.
- Te Aroha Rountree, “Tangata Whenua Theology Matters!” pp. 10–25.
- Monica Friesen, “What Creates Treaty People? Continuing the Conversation,” pp. 26–45.
- Julene Pommert, “Longing For and Belonging in Community,” pp. 46–64.
- Joel Calabrese, “Treaty, Etuaptmun, and the Land: A Novel Exploration of an Archaeology of Theology,” pp. 65–86.
- Cameron Ayn Carlson, “The Promised Land: The Re-Affirmation of Tribal Lands in Oklahoma,” pp. 87–99.
- Mike Hogeterp, “Kinship and the Two Row Covenant Chain Tradition: An Exploration of Responsibility and Hope,” pp. 100–113.
- Andy Mitchell, “Kinship and Relatedness Theory,” pp. 114–128.
- Risaw Walis, “Empsdhug, Hakaw Tux and Kana Menudus: Sediq Mother-tongue Reading of Gen. 9:9–17,” pp. 129–148.
- Vince L. Bantu, "Ḥegä Krestos: Warfare, Covenants, and Evangelism in Solomonic Africa,” pp. 149–159.
- Kimberlee Medicine Horn Jackson, "Re-Imagining Covenant: A Conceptual Vision of Indigenous Bible Study Bridging Lakota Values and Virtues to the Fruits of the Spirit," pp. 160–172.
- Spencer Miles Boersma, “Unmarked Graves and the Hells We Have Made: Jeremiah and the Residential Schools,” pp. 173–189.
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