Aboriginal Spirituality : A Sense of Belonging single work   criticism   essay  
Issue Details: First known date: 1996 1996
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'This paper deals with a brief overview of the author's life and discusses ussies such as the historical Western concept of Aboriginal religion, the concept of Aboriginal spirituality, the need for Aboriignal people to return to their country to refresh their Spirit, and the psychological tensions which result from trying to survive in a cross-cultural environment...'

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  • Includes bibliography

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Language: English
  • Appears in:
    y Aboriginal Spirituality : Past Present Future Anne Pattel-Gray (editor), Blackburn : HarperCollins Religious , 1996 7509301 1996 selected work criticism

    '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)

    Blackburn : HarperCollins Religious , 1996
    pg. 11-21
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