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Aboriginal Australians and Christian missions

ethnographic and historical studies

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Published by Administrator in Australian Association for the Study of Religions

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        StatementAustralian Association for the Study of Religions
        PublishersAustralian Association for the Study of Religions
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        LC Classifications1988
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 122 p. :
        Number of Pages45
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100908083157
        Series
        1
        2v. 6
        3Special studies in religions ;

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AIM appoints Associate Workers to work, for example, in government jobs as doctors and nurses. Colonial authorities also regarded Christian missions as agencies to which government responsibilities for Indigenous people could be delegated. The mission was located on the Collie River between Bunbury and Collie, and had a dairy, chooks, orchards and grazing.

There was a school room, hospital ward and a church. A right customarily exercised with great bloodshed.

Why Christian missionaries struggled in Australia

I think people need to understand the difference between the church being very involved in politics and individual Christians being involved in politics. They have no object of worship. At the time, Tindale and the American academic, Joseph Birdsell, were engaged in the most extensive project ever mounted in Australian physical anthropology to measure a large sample of Aborigines according to their weight, stature and a number of other bodily characteristics. The Pentecostal Church of Australia grew out of this revival, and many of Australia's early Pentecostal churches trace their origins to Richmond Temple.

Aboriginal Missions

Lancelot Threlkeld, who preceded Handt in heathen mission in Australia, had not been trained as a missionary. The national conference elects the nine-member national executive, which includes the national officers.

Assemblies of God in Australia. Perhaps my favorite part was hearing a different live speaker every week.