17 01, 2020

Call to Indigenous Christian Leaders & Others – Australia Day Prayer 25-27 Jan 2020

By |2020-01-17T00:49:09+11:00January 17th, 2020|Australia, Authors, Indigenous, Leadership, Prayer|3 Comments

INDIGENOUS CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO AUSTRALIA DAY & 250th ANNIVERSARY OF CAPTAIN COOK’S LANDING ON OUR EAST COAST FROM SURVIVAL TO REVIVAL & FROM INVASION TO TRANSFORMATION On the 150th anniversary of Australia Day on January 26, 1938, Aboriginal Christian leaders such as William Cooper, Bill more

6 01, 2020

Why Aboriginal Ceremonies are Incompatible with Christianity ~ an Indigenous man’s view

By |2020-01-10T18:01:26+11:00January 6th, 2020|Australia, Faith, Indigenous|11 Comments

Anderson George Balang's View of Aboriginal Christian Spirituality. Anderson George is a Wuagalak Aboriginal man who now lives on Jawoyn country, Wugularr community (also known as Beswick, located 110 kilometres east of Katherine in the Northern Territory). Anderson's Christian experience is foundationally shaped by his more

2 12, 2019

Ten Reasons Why Christians Shouldn’t use Indigenous Protocols

By |2020-01-04T19:48:45+11:00December 2nd, 2019|Australia, Authors, Faith, Identity Politics, Indigenous|5 Comments

Both Welcome to Country—said by an indigenous person—and Acknowledgement of Country—which is said by someone who is not indigenous—have become a popular practice in the media, government and even in business. What’s more, Aboriginal smoking ceremonies to ward off evil spirits have become an integral more

25 11, 2019

Australia – My Country: The Smoking Ceremony and its accursed effects

By |2020-01-04T19:48:36+11:00November 25th, 2019|Australia, Authors, Faith, Freedom, Indigenous, Prayer, Safety & Security|27 Comments

As an indigenous Aboriginal from the Kimberley in North-West Australia, it is my duty to alert the public of the dangerous consequences and the curses they will unknowingly put on themselves, their families and others when they are coerced into the promotion and rise of more

10 10, 2019

Pat Dodson on euthanasia bill: Aboriginal people need less death, not more

By |2019-10-09T23:03:02+11:00October 10th, 2019|Australia, Authors, Euthanasia, Indigenous|1 Comment

Labor senator and the father of Aboriginal reconciliation, Pat Dodson, has voiced his serious concerns about the voluntary assisted dying bill likely to pass WA’s parliament. In a passionate plea, the First Nations leader put pen to paper, declaring “Aboriginal people do not need a more

9 10, 2019

Perth: Interfaith Prayer Service for Parliamentarians Debating Euthanasia

By |2019-10-11T11:55:37+11:00October 9th, 2019|Australia, Faith, Indigenous, Leadership, Life|1 Comment

by Warwick d'Silva, Australian Family Association In St Mary’s Cathedral on Sunday 29th September at 3pm, an Interfaith Prayer Service was held. This service was to pray for the parliamentarians debating the Voluntary Assisted Dying bill. Proceedings commenced with a general welcome by Bishop Sproxton, more

22 09, 2019

Left’s ‘civilising’ impulse driving us all to the brink of savagery

By |2019-09-23T08:40:16+10:00September 22nd, 2019|Australia, Children, Fairness & Justice, Identity Politics, Indigenous|0 Comments

Editor's Note: This incisive piece by Janet Albrechtsen in The Australian, quoting Stephen Fry at length, highlights the nasty depths to which our "civil" discourse has sunk. Identity politics turns people against each other, dividing communities and spewing toxic, damaging words against vulnerable, innocent people more

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