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“The Land is Always Stalking Us”

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Pentecostalism, Race and Native Understandings of Sacred Land

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This article is a response to Willie Jennings’s book The Christian Imagination and takes a brief look, using the case study of the Western Apache, at how Native Americans conceptualize the idea of sacred land and memory. It makes the argument that Pentecostalism has to accept Native understandings of land in order to create a truly indigenous form of Christianity and to move beyond ethnocentric formations of race.

Affiliations: 1: Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas atarango@trinity.edu

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