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Similar books and articles. G. TROMPF : "The Gospel is not Western. Black Reparations: A Black and White Issue? Dennis A. Rohatyn - 1979 - Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 60 (4):433. Black Theologies from Southwest Pacific". Quelques déplacements récents dans la pratique des théologies contextuelles. L. Santedi - 2003 - Revue Théologique de Louvain 34 (2):155-186.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780883442692. Release Date:April 1987.

Aruru Matiabe, General Perspective: A Call for Black Humanity to Be Better Understood, in The Gospel Is Not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific, ed. W. Trompf (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1987), p. 1. oogle Scholar

Aruru Matiabe, General Perspective: A Call for Black Humanity to Be Better Understood, in The Gospel Is Not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific, ed. oogle Scholar. 10. Quoted in V. T. Rajshekar, Dalit: The Black Untouchables of India (Atlanta, GA: Clarity Press, 1987), p. 4. 12. Rosario Battung, Indigenous People’s Primal Religions and Cosmic Spirituality as Wellsprings of Life, in Springs of Living Water, ed.

Published: 1 October 1989. by SAGE Publications. in Theological Studies. Theological Studies, Volume 2, pp 356-360; doi:10.

Trompf, Garry W. (e. : The Gospel is Not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific, Orbis Books: New York 1987 . A Case Study from the Highlands of New Guinea, Verlag der Ev-Luth. Mission: Erlangen 1989. : The Gospel is Not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific, Orbis Books: New York 1987, ISBN 978-0-88344-269-2. ISBN 978-3-87214-305-1.

TROMPF, Garry . e. This book is a good collection of Melanesian writings, gathered primarily at a conference held in Australia in 1981. The Gospel is not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific (Maryknoll NY: Orbis Books, 1987), ix + pp. 213 paperback. The collection was then enlarged by adding writings of other important indigenous persons from the South Pacific region.

The Gospel Is Not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific. Call for Black Humanity to be Better Understood. In: G. Trompf (e., The Gospel is not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific, pp. 16–19. Black Theology Revisited, Voices from the Third World. Black Theology Revisited, Voices from the Third World, XI., pp. 7–45. The Unquestionable Right to Free: Essays in Black Theology. Mosala, J. I. & Tlhgale, B. (ed. (1986).

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The Gospel is Not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific, Marynoll, New York. Trompf, . 1991, Melanesian Religion, Cambridge University Press, Sydney. White, Gilbert 1925, Round About the Torres Straits: a Record of Australian Church Missions, SPCK, London. Pattel-Gray, Anne (e. 1996, Martung Upah: Black and White Australians Seeking Partnership, Harper Collins, North Blackburn. Wetherell, David 1993, ‘From Samuel McFarlane to Stephen Davies: Continuity and Change in the Torres Strait Island Churches, 1871–1949’, Pacific Studies 1. Recommend this journal.

A collection of theological essays from Aboriginal Australia, the Torres Strait, and Melanesia. It brings to light internationally the fact that, while black and liberation theologies were developing in the Americas and Africa, spokespersons from the Southwest Pacific have been making their own vigorous and fascinating contributions. "The world has waited long to hear the voice of the Aboriginal Christian people in the Southwest Pacific. In this volume that voice is at last being raised. The world will benefit greatly by listening to what it says." Charles W. Forman, Professor of Missions, Yale University.