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Exploring Contextual Theology in Australia in Dialogue with Indigenous People

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This article considers the difference made to contextual theology (in belief and practice) in Australia, if it takes seriously the claim that the primary relationship shaping such a theology is with the First People of the continent. Hence, it considers how theology takes shape in the context of invasion, dispossession and ongoing oppression. Drawing on the insights gained during a gathering of Indigenous people, which began to explore the outlines of a Christian theology that would provide a foundation for more than simple survival, this article seeks to identify the primary issues shaping contextual theology in Australia. It is an invitation for others to join the conversation, and to take seriously the reality that theology in Australia is done on what has always been and still is Aboriginal land.


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