Inculturating the Easter Feast in Southeast Australia
The essays brought together in this valuable collection had their origin in the rich and varied conference 'Christianity and Native Cultures' held at Saint Mary's College in September 2002. For three days scholars focused new attention on multiple points of interaction between Christianity and indigenous cultures throughout the world. The scholars in this collection come from a variety of disciplines to share an understanding of the ways in which literature, art, religion, economics, psychology, women's studies, philosophy, political science and other fields offer valuable perspectives on the contact of Christianity and native cultures and are themselves informed and transformed by that encounter. [Accessed from: http://www.jacketflap.com/bookdetail.asp?bookid=0940121778]
Johnson, C. V. (2004). Inculturating the Easter feast in Southeast Australia. C. K. Pullapilly, B. J. Donahoe, D. Stefancic, & B. Svelmoe (eds.), Christianity and native cultures: Perspectives from different regions of the world. Notre Dame, Indiana: Cross Cultural Publications.