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NAIITS Symposium 2003
Community: Native and Christian Values, Realities and Solutions
Location: William and Catherine Booth College
Dates: May 29-31, 2003
Scope of Topics:

In anticipation of this symposium NAIITS invites proposals for papers and panels on the topic Community: Native and Christian Values, Realities and Solutions. Papers that utilize any of a broad range of research methodologies will be considered. Submissions should address the following questions and concerns. What are native scriptural perspectives? How are these translated into traditions and values? How do discipleship, youth outreach and community development take place? How do Native and Christian values intersect in the shaping of these practical tasks? What place does the family have in the native church? How is it possible to integrate strong traditional native values and practices from a Christian perspective so they produce a better result in the community? How is it possible to integrate value and practice? Papers should strive to show how traditional community notions might be strengthened and implemented. Papers should draw on both traditional Native and Christian thought.

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NAIITS - An Indigenous Learning Community
NAIITS an Indigenous Learning Community ( formerly the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies) is one of two members of Indigenous Pathways (IP), a nonsectarian, non-profit organization dedicated to working together with the Indigenous community. NAIITS’ focus within IP is the development and articulate of Indigenous perspectives in theology and practice. We encourage Indigenous learning styles and world views in our instruction as we facilitate the development of a body of work addressing biblical, theological, and ethical issues from Indigenous perspectives. NAIITS currently has five degree program partnerships offering graduate, and post-graduate degree or award programs.
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