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A voice in the wilderness : listening to the Statement from the Heart / author: Celia Kemp ; artist: Glenn Loughrey
Bib ID 8042322
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Kemp, Celia, author
 
Description Sydney : Anglican Board of Mission - Australia, 2019 
109 pages : colour illustrations ; 30 x 21 cm 
ISBN 9780648344407 (paperback)
Summary

ABM's Reconciliation Coordinator, Celia Kemp (author of Into the Desert) has written an 8-part study to open up conversation about the church's theological response to the Statement from the Heart. The studies are for those interested in a Christian response to Australia's history, listening to what Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christians are saying right now, and grappling with the question of what it is to be a truly Australian church.

Notes

Cover title.

"First pubplished November 2018. Second printing with minor updates, June 2019."--Page 3.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Religion.  |  Race -- Religious aspect -- Christianity.  |  Religions - Christianity - Anglican Church  |  Religions - Christianity - Theology
Other authors/contributors Loughrey, Glenn, illustrator

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