'Aboriginal Spirituality is a unique multi-authored collection of essays in which Australian Aboriginal People explore their spirituality, particularly in relation to Christianity.'
From the 'First National Conference on Aboriginality and Perceptions of Christianity' held in South Australia in 1990, this selection of papers and post-conference essays contributes to the understanding of the relationship between Christianity and Aboriginality.' (Source: Back cover)
This book Contains two Parts:
Part One: Conference Papers
Part Two: Post-conference Works
Djiniyini Gondarra talks about primal religions, religions that existed prior to those we call universal religions such Christainity and the Asian religions. This essay also includes the story of Djankawu the Great Ancestral Spirit who is the father-mother figure of the East Arnhem Land People.
The author questions spirituality. He compares Aboriginal spirituality with that of Western concepts of spirituality.
These authors talk about their story of creation, a story that belongs to the Gumatj People.