God is red : a native view of religion / Vine Deloria, Jr.
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|Moorhead Public Library||299.7 DEL (Text)||33500012761375||Main||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1555914985
- ISBN: 9781555914981
- Physical Description: xvii, 325 pages ; 23 cm
- Edition: 3rd ed.
- Publisher: Golden, Colo. : Fulcrum Pub., ©2003.
|General Note:|| MN American Indian literature.
"30th Anniversary Edition."
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-311) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| The Indian movement -- The Indians of the American imagination -- The religious challenge -- Thinking in time and space -- The problem of creation -- The concept of history -- The spatial problem of history -- Origin of religion -- Natural and hybrid peoples -- Death and religion -- Human personality -- The group -- Christianity and contemporary American culture -- Tribal religions and contemporary American culture -- The aboriginal world and Christian history -- Sacred places and moral responsibility -- Religion today.
|Summary, etc.:|| First published in 1972 during a resurgence in Native American activism, this work critiqued the Western spiritual worldview and its effect on Native Americans and the society as a whole.
Named by Time magazine one of the greatest religious thinkers of the twentieth century, Vine Deloria Jr. was a leading Native American scholar, whose research, writings, and teaching have encompassed history, law, religious studies, and political science. He is the author of many acclaimed books, including Evolution, Creationism, and Other Modern Myths; Red Earth, White Lies; Spirit & Reason; and Custer Died for Your Sins.
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|Subject:||Christianity > Controversial literature.
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