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Creation, spirituality & the dreamtime / Matthew Fox ... [et al.]. ; edited by Catherine Hammond
Bib ID 1118857
Format BookBook
Description Newtown, NSW : Millenium Books, 1991 
xiii, 94 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0855743646
Summary

Collection of essays on the relation of spirituality, the Dreaming and (Christian) theology; essays by Matthew Fox , Veronica Brady, Elizabeth Cain, Eddie Kneebone annotated separately.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Spirituality -- Congresses.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Religion -- Congresses.  |  Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Congresses.  |  Race relations - Racism - Stereotyping.  |  Indigenous knowledge - World view.  |  Stories and motifs - Creation / Cosmology.  |  Australia.
Other authors/contributors Fox, Matthew, 1940-  |  Hammond, Catherine
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Creation spirituality and the dreamtime

Creation, spirituality and the dreamtime.


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