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Mapping the Landscape free pdf Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, sometimes grouped together as Australasia, are lands in which Christianity sits in a remarkable awkwardness. This landmark volume, which includes contributions by Australia's and New Zealand's leading historians and theologians, explores the way that Christianity has made a home down under. Individual essays provide case studies in history, biography, missiology, theology, literature, and hymnody. This work also includes broad-ranging scholarly debate on gospel and culture, on the nature of history, and on the differing claims of contextual and non-contextual theologies. Mapping the Landscape: Essays in Australian and New Zealand Christianity honours the distinguished Australasian historian, Professor Ian Breward, who for over thirty-five years has taken a pre-eminent position in mapping the religious landscapes of Australia and New Zealand.

About Susan E. Emilsen

The Editors: Susan Emilsen and William W. Emilsen lecture in church history at the United Theological College in Sydney, Australia. Both received their doctorates in history from the University of Sydney. Susan Emilsen is the author of A Whiff of Heresy and several monographs on Australian educational history. William W. Emilsen is the author of Violence and Atonement (Peter Lang, 1994) and several monographs on Gandhi and Christianity. Together, they edit Uniting Church Studies.

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Author : Susan E. Emilsen
Publisher : Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Data Published : 01 September 2000
ISBN : 082044880X
EAN : 9780820448800
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 356 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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