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Kimberlee Medicine Horn Jackson
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“Re-imagining Covenant:
A Conceptual Vision of Indigenous Bible Study Bridging Lakota Values and Virtues to the Fruits of the Spirit.”

Te Raina Watego
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“Empowering Black Voices:
Telling the Truth about Treaty from the Pulpit.”

Naomi Wolfe
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“How can biblical theologies support the making of modern treaties?”

Mark Brett
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“How can biblical theologies support the making of modern treaties?”

Adrian Jacobs
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“Treaties and Covenants:
Disappeared Agency of Women to Restored Gender Justice.”

Jennifer Henry
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“Treaties and Covenants:
Disappeared Agency of Women to Restored Gender Justice.”

Cameron Carlson
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“The Promised Land:
The Re-establishment of Tribal Lands in Oklahoma.”

Ranji Nicholson
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“Treaty of Waitangi, Anglican Church and Aotearoa New Zealand: Creating a Space of Hope.”

Risaw Walls
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“Empsdhug, Hakaw Utax and Kana Menudus:
Sediq Mother-tongue Reading on Noahic Covenant (Gen 9:9-17) and Ecological and Decolonial Reflection from Sediq Perspective.”

Vince Bantu
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“Ḥegä Krestos:
Warfare, Covenants and Evangelism in Solomic Africa.”

Andy Mitchell
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“Kinship and the Covenant Chain:
A comparable exploration of responsibility and hope towards right-relationship from a Pākehā New Zealander in Australia and a Skaghneghtadaronni-settler Canadian."

Mike Hogeterp
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“Kinship and the Covenant Chain:
A comparable exploration of responsibility and hope towards right-relationship from a Pākehā New Zealander in Australia and a Skaghneghtadaronni-settler Canadian."

Andy Reimer
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“To Remember is Divine:
Treaty and Memory in the Bible and Contemporary Indigenous Experience.”

Monica Friesen
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“Treaty People:
Formation Occurring in Unconventional Community?”

Julene Pommert
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“Longing for Belonging in Community.”

Joel Calabrese
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“Archeology, Etuaptmumk, and Engagement with the Land.”

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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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