This course examines various Indigenous understandings and interactions of the sacred in both Traditional and Christian contexts, including oral, ceremonial, and spiritual traditions. Attention is given to the diverse cultural heritages of Indigenous peoples in Canada, historical and contemporary aspects of Indigenous/non-Indigenous relationships, and ongoing processes of reconciliation in both national and church contexts. Also considered are Christian theologies of intercultural and interfaith engagements as related to building relationships of solidarity and justice between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.
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EMP1621H or permission of the instructor
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