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Whiteman's Gospel

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"Christianity has wonderful answers to questions Indians aren't asking!" Craig Stephen Smith, a Chippewa, from northern Minnesota, seeks to answer the questions they are asking or ought to ask. His experience has led him to believe that change is desperately needed in both Native and ecclesiastical communities. Smith writes out of his own experience as a Native American gr ...more
Paperback, 153 pages
Published June 1st 1998 by Indian Life Ministries
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Daniel Soukup
Mar 10, 2017 Daniel Soukup rated it really liked it
This book is a must read. Craig masterfully addresses both the white Christian community and the Native American Christian community pointing both out short comings and strengths. He offers sound advice for a way forward for unity among these diverse believers that would allow both to flourish. I would give it five stars but the writing falls flat at some points and leaves something to be desired. Despite this, it is an excellent and necessary read overall.
Julie
May 17, 2013 Julie rated it really liked it
Really interesting book. There were some chapters that were more helpful than others, but overall I would recommend this book to any Christian who wants to learn more about Aboriginal culture. It talks about the history of Christianity's interaction with First Nations here in North America, the hurt and the hope the author has for reconciliation. He calls us to examine our motives, and not just with respect to working with First Nations, but in general.

This book changed a lot of how I thought a
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Learning about the evangelical oppression of Native America and the Christian responses within and without.
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