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FIRST NATIONS THEOLOGIES IN AOTEAROA/ NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA

Nr: 504
Fach: MRÖ
Art: Übung
Semesterwochenstunden: 2
Dozenten: Flett
Verwendbarkeit: AM MRÖ, BM MRÖ, WB
Termin: Blockveranstaltung
Ort: Raum 5
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Blockveranstaltung (Raum 5)
Fr., 11.5., 14.00 Uhr – Sa., 12.5.18, 18.00 Uhr
Fr., 8.6., 14.00 Uhr – Sa., 9.6.18, 18.00 Uhr

Inhalt

This Übung introduces some of the key voices, issues (settler history, ecology, Christology, culture, religious heritage), and constructive theologies developing out of the First Nation peoples of Australia, Aotearoa, and the Pacific.

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