Like Them That Dream: The Maori and the Old Testament by Bronwyn Elsmore

By Bronwyn Elsmore

the arriving of eu missionaries in New Zealand had an immeasurable effect on Maori society. Like Them That Dream tellsl the exciting tale of early interplay among Maori and missionary, resulting in the numerous certain responses to the arriving of Christianity. The book's first elements think of how the Christian notice used to be unfold and the way Maori spoke back, explaining the id they felt with the Israelites of the outdated testomony. The 3rd half relates the increase of indigenous spiritual pursuits, from the early Papahuria via Pai Marire, Ringatu and the Parihaka circulation, and the later incarnations of the Arowhenua stream within the South Island and what is still modern-day major Maori church, Ratana.

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