Indigenous Australia and the Unfinished Business of Theology: Cross-Cultural Engagement (Postcolonialism and Religions) (Paperback)

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This book engages a complex subject that mainline theologies avoid, Indigenous Australia. The heritages, wisdoms and dreams of Indigenous Australians are tormented by the discriminating mindsets and colonialist practices of non-Indigenous peoples. This book gives special attention to the torments due to the arrival and development of the church.

About the Author


Chris Budden, Charles Sturt University, Australia Stephen Burns, Episcopal Divinity School, USA Maratja Dhamarrandji, Independent Scholar, Australia William W. Emilsen, Charles Sturt University, Australia John Fitz-Herbert, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane, Australia Sang Taek Lee, Charles Sturt University, Australia L. Lee Levett-Olson, Nungalinya College, Australia Sarah Maddison, University of New South Wales, Australia Gerard Moore, Charles Sturt University, Australia Neville Naden, Independent Scholar, Australia Rod Pattenden, Chair of Blake Society and Uniting Church minister, Australia Margaret Tam, Australian Catholic University, Australia Jonathan Y. Tan, Australian Catholic University, Australia Mandy Tibbey, New South Wales Bar Association, Australia
Product Details
ISBN: 9781349490899
ISBN-10: 134949089X
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: June 5th, 2014
Pages: 229
Language: English
Series: Postcolonialism and Religions