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Seeds of the Word: ngā kākano o te kupu: The Meeting of Maori Spirituality and Christianity

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Seeds of the Word: Nga Kaakano o te Kupu explores the seed of the Gospel and the seedbed of Maoritanga, examining the differences and similarities between Maori spirituality and Christianity - and discovering the potential for a mutually enriching harmony of the two.
Paperback, 134 pages
Published December 31st 2004 by Steele Roberts (first published January 28th 2004)
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Mar 06, 2014 Ang rated it liked it
Quite possibly the most valuable book I have read in some time: as it was one that required thought and processing. Written clearly and expressed very well, Mr. Cody weaves culture and spirituality - Christian and Maori, nicely - all strands tie together in the end for a tidy finish. A great reference to key Maori concepts: maatauranga and histories therein, I relished reading these presented with the spiritual link. Modest in appearance and size, this book is more than meets the eye.
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