Christianity and Te Tiriti: Implications of Our Bicultural Roots

In this talk Dave shares historical details to counter the view Christianity is an imposition of colonisation, sharing something of the dynamic of Christian missionary work in the early history of our nation. He then shares why it’s important for the Christian community to be supportive of all things ’bicultural,’ with a view to the future of Christianity within our nation.

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  1. julian phillips
    julian phillips says:

    I think one of the main points that should be added to this great korero Dave is that, beyond the appeal to justice, the constitutional arrangements as a rationale for the church to embrace Maaori is that fact that God has placed a gift in Maaori and that they have something to offer the church. Those who receive a prophet will receive a prophet’s reward.

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