Aboriginal Australians and Christian Missions: Ethnographic and Historical Studies
Tony Swain, Deborah Bird Rose
Australian Association for the Study of Religions, 1988 - Aboriginal Australians - 489 pages
Papers on the impact of Christian missions on the lives of Aboriginal peoples, and the Aboriginal response to Christianity.
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Comparative Philosophical and Reflective
Aborigines and Christianity
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