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The Resource Acting in solidarity? : the church's journey with the Indigenous peoples of Australia, Peter Lewis

Acting in solidarity? : the church's journey with the Indigenous peoples of Australia, Peter Lewis

Label
Acting in solidarity? : the church's journey with the Indigenous peoples of Australia
Title
Acting in solidarity?
Title remainder
the church's journey with the Indigenous peoples of Australia
Statement of responsibility
Peter Lewis
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
ANL
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1961-
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Lewis, P. C.
Dewey number
287.93
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Uniting Church in Australia
  • Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Missions
  • Race relations
Label
Acting in solidarity? : the church's journey with the Indigenous peoples of Australia, Peter Lewis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 249-275
Contents
Introduction - outline of this book: Questions of methodology - learning to read and being read: a trinitarian reading; an incarnational reading - fleshing out faith, following Christ, being contextual as faithful living, always in the shadow of Empire -- Ch. 1: A theology of solidarity explored: an outline of liberationist and radical discipleship theologies : liberation theology - an overview; Liberation theology and solidarity; First world response of solidarity; A trinitarian reading; An incarnational reading; Being contextual as faithful living; A theology of solidarity and postcolonialism; Solidarity in the context of the church in Australia -- Ch. 2: Empire in Australia - the terror of Terra Nullius: Empire as a theological construct; Empire and colonisation in Australia; The great Australian silence; Landing and land; Which history? whose history?; Taking the children; The church and Empire: the Constantinian compromise; Missions as agents of Western imperialism; Mission in Australia; "This whispering in our heart" : occasional advocacy for Indigenous peoples; The strangler fig: the Indigenous Christian response to the Western Church; Terra nullius worldview - Empire as whiteness -- Solidarity defined in the Australian context: Criteria for solidarity; The Indigenous call for solidarity: the UIAICC Manifesto; After the 1967 referendum: the fight for recognition, rights and reconciliation; Self-determination; Keeping them home; The 1990s and 00ties: truth revealed, truth denied; Capacity-building Indigenous self-determination and governance -- Ch.4: Acting in solidarity: self-determination or paternalism disguised?: Overview of churches' post-mission arrangements with Indigenous peoples: case study: The UCA-UAICC Covenant; The development of the UIACC; Analysis of the 1994 Covenant statements; Resourcing the self-determination of the UIACC; Renewing the covenant -- Ch. 5: Acting in solidarity: prophetic witness or pathetic pacifier?: A prophetic voice?; Political actions in solidarity; Covenant as a witness for self-determination and treaty; Solidarity and covenanting as a "Continuing conversion of the church"; Trying to get deeper: a case study in solidarity; "Continuing conversion" assessed -- Conclusion: Beyond sorry: reconciliation re-engaged or a return to national amnesia? : summary of the argument; Solidarity for the "White Fella" church: embracing Exile and embracing the Indigenous other; Decolonised church? Whither solidarity?; Healing the land; An Easter ritual; Sorry is the first step to where?; Looking forward
Control code
000045541779
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
viii, 279 p.
Isbn
9780980580341
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)610952322
Label
Acting in solidarity? : the church's journey with the Indigenous peoples of Australia, Peter Lewis
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 249-275
Contents
Introduction - outline of this book: Questions of methodology - learning to read and being read: a trinitarian reading; an incarnational reading - fleshing out faith, following Christ, being contextual as faithful living, always in the shadow of Empire -- Ch. 1: A theology of solidarity explored: an outline of liberationist and radical discipleship theologies : liberation theology - an overview; Liberation theology and solidarity; First world response of solidarity; A trinitarian reading; An incarnational reading; Being contextual as faithful living; A theology of solidarity and postcolonialism; Solidarity in the context of the church in Australia -- Ch. 2: Empire in Australia - the terror of Terra Nullius: Empire as a theological construct; Empire and colonisation in Australia; The great Australian silence; Landing and land; Which history? whose history?; Taking the children; The church and Empire: the Constantinian compromise; Missions as agents of Western imperialism; Mission in Australia; "This whispering in our heart" : occasional advocacy for Indigenous peoples; The strangler fig: the Indigenous Christian response to the Western Church; Terra nullius worldview - Empire as whiteness -- Solidarity defined in the Australian context: Criteria for solidarity; The Indigenous call for solidarity: the UIAICC Manifesto; After the 1967 referendum: the fight for recognition, rights and reconciliation; Self-determination; Keeping them home; The 1990s and 00ties: truth revealed, truth denied; Capacity-building Indigenous self-determination and governance -- Ch.4: Acting in solidarity: self-determination or paternalism disguised?: Overview of churches' post-mission arrangements with Indigenous peoples: case study: The UCA-UAICC Covenant; The development of the UIACC; Analysis of the 1994 Covenant statements; Resourcing the self-determination of the UIACC; Renewing the covenant -- Ch. 5: Acting in solidarity: prophetic witness or pathetic pacifier?: A prophetic voice?; Political actions in solidarity; Covenant as a witness for self-determination and treaty; Solidarity and covenanting as a "Continuing conversion of the church"; Trying to get deeper: a case study in solidarity; "Continuing conversion" assessed -- Conclusion: Beyond sorry: reconciliation re-engaged or a return to national amnesia? : summary of the argument; Solidarity for the "White Fella" church: embracing Exile and embracing the Indigenous other; Decolonised church? Whither solidarity?; Healing the land; An Easter ritual; Sorry is the first step to where?; Looking forward
Control code
000045541779
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
viii, 279 p.
Isbn
9780980580341
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)610952322

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