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The Proceedings of Te ara tika - the way ahead : a Christian symposium on New Zealand's future, Wellington, May 25-27, 1990 / sponsored by the Roman Catholic and Anglican Bishops of New Zealand as their contribution to the 1990 commemorations, Wellington, May 25-27, 1990.

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Wellington, N.Z.] : The Symposium Steering Committee, [1990]Description: 131 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm.Other title: Christian symposium on New Zealand's future | Ara tika | Way ahead.Subject(s): Christian sociology -- New Zealand | New Zealand -- Religion -- 20th century | New Zealand -- Economic conditions -- Moral and ethical aspects | New Zealand -- Social conditions -- Moral and ethical aspectsDDC classification: 261.80993
Incomplete contents:
Planning this journey / Thomas Williams -- Te ara tika - the way ahead / Sir Paul Reeves -- Faith and economic justice / Paul Frater -- Faith and a bicultural society / Paul Temm -- Faith and education /Pauline Engel -- How patient this star? : an address on faith and the environment / John Morton -- Faith and human rights / Nadja Tollemache -- Faith and social equity / Edward Durie -- A personal reflection /Peter Trapski.
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Knox Hewitson Library, Presbyterian Research Centre
Main BL2615 .P76 1990 (Browse shelf) Available

"July 1990."

Nine papers.

Cover title: Te Ara Tika : proceedings : the way ahead.

Leaflet inserted: Te ara tika update, July 1990. 1 folded sheet ([4] p.) ; 21 cm.

Includes bibliographical references.

Planning this journey / Thomas Williams -- Te ara tika - the way ahead / Sir Paul Reeves -- Faith and economic justice / Paul Frater -- Faith and a bicultural society / Paul Temm -- Faith and education /Pauline Engel -- How patient this star? : an address on faith and the environment / John Morton -- Faith and human rights / Nadja Tollemache -- Faith and social equity / Edward Durie -- A personal reflection /Peter Trapski.

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