Religious history of New Zealand

a bibliography
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Dept. of History, Massey University , Palmerston North
New Zealand -- Church history -- Bibliography., New Zealand -- Religion -- Bibliogr

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Statementby Peter J. Lineham and Anthony R. Grigg.
ContributionsGrigg, Anthony R.
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LC ClassificationsZ7778.N45 L55 1984, BR1480 L55 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination164 columns ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2565244M
ISBN 100908665040
LC Control Number85106116

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History. The group was founded in by Neville Cooper (aka "Hopeful Christian"), an Australian-born preacher who came to New Zealand as a priest, having earlier (as a member of Religious history of New Zealand book Voice of Deliverance Evangelist Mission) survived a near fatal plane crash in south-east Queensland.

Cooper founded what became known as the Springbank Christian Community. The Bentons in New Zealand.

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From the time it was founded init worked to promote temperance, Christian values, and social reform, and to abolish the trade in alcohol and drugs. To accompany Don Donovan’s Country Churches of New Zealand, and the recently published Linda and Robert Burgess book Historic Churches, we have another: Bill McKay and Jane Ussher’s Worship: A History of New Zealand Church Design.

Without doubt, Worship is the most authoritative book yet on the architecture of the New Zealand church.

It is. Extensive European settlement did not begin untiland New Zealand remained a Maori culture. Whalers from the United States and Britain frequently sailed New Zealand waters, married or had children with Maori women, and introduced trappings of Euro-American culture, especially muskets.

Missionaries began their activities around The Spirit of the Past: Essays on Christianity in New Zealand History. Edited by Geoffrey Troughton and Hugh Morrison. Wellington: Victoria University Press, pp.

$ paper. New Zealand Jesus: Social and Religious Transformations of an Image, By Geoffrey Troughton. Brief History of New Zealand. New Zealand was first discovered by the Dutch mariner, Abel Tasman, on 14th June, It was Tasman who gave this new-found land its name and who first prayed for its blessing: “May God Almighty, vouchsafe His blessing on this work.” One hundred and twenty years later, Captain James Cook arrived in New Zealand on 7th October   Mike also has a focus on New Zealand religious and intellectual history; recently publishing a book of interviews with the New Zealand radical religious thinker Sir Lloyd Geering 'Geering Interviews'(Polebridge, USA, ), and edited the letters of the noted New Zealand philosopher Arthur Prior "Arthur Prior, ‘a young progressive.

The Muslim population in New Zealand increased considerably from the s with the halah slaughter of meat for Middle Eastern markets. But to most New Zealanders, particularly following 9/ Product Information.

In this volume Timothy Yates recounts the history of missions among the Maori people of New Zealand in the mids. After describing the anthropological background of early Maori society, the book examines the first introduction of Christian mission by Samuel Marsden and the establishment of a Church Missionary Society base in PhD study in New Zealand religious history at Massey University led to teaching contracts in the History Department at the University of Waikato, where I was a History Research Associate between and   The Religious History of America The Heart of the American Story from Colonial Times to Today.

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In A. Davidson (Ed.), A controversial churchman: Essays on George Selwyn, Bishop of New Zealand and Lichfield, and Sarah Selwyn. (pp. Wellington, New Zealand: Bridget Williams Books.

Stenhouse, J. The controversy over the recognition of religious factors in New Zealand history: Some reflections. New Zealand was the largest country in Polynesia when it was annexed by Great Britain in Thereafter it was successively a crown colony, a self-governing colony (), and a dominion ().

By the s it controlled almost all of its internal and external policies, although it did not become fully independent untilwhen it adopted the Statute of Westminster. "History, geography, and culture form a nice web with the selected stories in these attractive, carefully prepared collections.

Each introduction begins with the same general discussion of differences among folktales, legends, and myths and then goes on to explain some characteristics of the myths and beliefs of the featured : $   New Zealand Religions.

a form of Protestant Christianity because it claims additional revealed Christian scriptures after the Hebrew Bible and New Testament. The Book of Mormon maintains there was an appearance of Jesus in the New World following the Christian account of his resurrection, and that the Americas are uniquely blessed.

“ We all thoroughly enjoyed learning about the history of Russell, the culture of the Maoris, and how early books were made in New Zealand from our very knowledgeable guide. “ What's particularly fascinating about it is that it was in effect New Zealand's first factory, involved in the manufacture of religious books from the early 19th.

To accompany Don Donovan’s Country Churches of New Zealand, and the recently published Linda and Robert Burgess book Historic Churches, we have another: Bill McKay and Jane Ussher’s Worship: A History of New Zealand Church Design.

Without doubt, Worship is the most authoritative book yet on the architecture of the New Zealand church. It is. The Diocese of Christchurch is a Roman Catholic episcopal see in New Zealand. The bishop is Bishop Paul Martin, S.M., appointed in Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand politician who in became leader of the New Zealand Labour Party and then, at the country’s youngest prime minister in more than years.

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Interesting New Zealand History. New Zealand has an interesting history, from wars and ultimately peace. Take a read of these to get the lowdown. The Maori people arrived by canoe from islands in Polynesia near Tahiti around 1, A.D. That is a seriously long time ago. New Zealand was founded in by a Dutch explorer Abel Tasman.

In Britain began to move towards conscription, while New Zealand thought the need unlikely. By early Britain had introduced conscription, and debate in New Zealand papers was generally overwhelmingly in favour of following suit.

Those opposing it were considered unpatriotic and shirkers by the general public.'s top religious sites in New Zealand include Holy Trinity Cathedral, Catholic St. Patrick's Akaroa + Wellington Cathedral of St.

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Paul. Add these and more to your travel plan.The history of Catholic journalism in New Zealand is in effect the history of the "New Zealand Tablet," founded by the late Bishop Moran inthe Catholics of this country having followed the principle that it is better to be represented by one strong paper than to have a multiplicity of publications.

From the first the paper has been.