This selected bibliography of native Christian narrative discourse includes books and articles by native Christian writers (who may or may not currently identify themselves as Christian) published during the past twenty-five years.  It also includes a few anthologies of essays or narratives by native Christian leaders that were collected by non-native editors.

Albrite, Joseph, Sr.  “What the Moravian Church Means to Us.”  In Harmonious to Dwell: The History of the Alaska Moravian Church 1885-1985, x.  James W. Henkelman and Kurt H. Vitt.  Bethel, AK: The Moravian Seminary and Archives, 1985.

Anderson, Arthur.  “Transcending Traditional Values.”  Practice for Ministry in Canada, September 1990, 17-18.

Anderson, Howard (ed.).  Black Hills III, The Spiritual Formation of Native American Youth: Drawing Strength from Native American Traditions to Shape the Youth Ministry of the Future.  Minneapolis, MN: Native American Theological Association, [1981?].

________ (ed.).  Recalling, Reliving, Reviewing: Creation Theologies in the Dakota-Lakota, Judeo-Christian, Ojibwe and Winnebago Traditions.  Minneapolis, MN: Native American Theological Association, 1979.

________ (ed.).  Winter Count: Stories of Native American Stewardship.  New York, NY: Office of Stewardship, Episcopal Church Center, [1990?].

Anderson, Owanah.  Jamestown Commitment: The Episcopal Church and the American Indian.  Cincinnati, OH: Forward Movement, 1988.

Baines, Raymond.  “Aliens in Our Own Land.”  Engage/Social Action 1, no. 1 (January 1973), 29-36.

Baldridge, William.  “Christian Community in the Next Millennium.”  Baptist Freedom, Fall 1991.

________.  “Christian Indians Come of Age: A Time of Tears, A Time of Joy.”  In Prairie Evangelicals and Christian Missions: A Study in Cultural Ecology.  Edited by George J. Jennings.  Le Mars, IA: George J. Jennings, 1992.

________.  “Faith from the American Indian’s Point of View: A Meditation.”  Minister: A Journal of the American Baptist Ministers Council speaking to the practice of ministry, 8, no. 2 (Winter 1988).

________.  “Reclaiming Our Histories.”  In New Visions for the Americas: Religious Engagement and Social Transformation, 23-32.  Edited by David Batstone.  Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993.

________.  “The Quincentenary: 500 Years and Counting.”  Minister: A Journal of the American Baptist Ministers Council speaking to the practice of ministry 12, no. 1 (Fall 1991), 1-2.

________.  “Toward a Native American Theology.”  American Baptist Quarterly 8, no. 4 (December 1989), 227-38.

Bear Chief, Clem.  “Plucked from the Ashes.”  Dialogue 25 (Winter 1992), 140-49.

Begaye, Russell.  “The Story of Indian Southern Baptists.”  Baptist History and Heritage 18, no. 3 (July 1983), 30-39.

Belvin, Frank.  “Ministering with American Indians.”  In Missions in the Mosaic, 12-27.  Edited by M. Wendell Belew.  Atlanta, GA: Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, 1974.

Bird, John (ed.).  Recovering the Feather: The First Anglican Native Convocation.  [Toronto, ON?]: Council for Native Ministries, Anglican Church of Canada, 1989.

Brink, Teddy.  “Here We Stand . . .”  In Harmonious to Dwell: The History of the Alaska Moravian Church 1885-1985, x.  James W. Henkelman and Kurt H. Vitt.  Bethel, AK: The Moravian Seminary and Archives, 1985.

Bushyhead, Ben.  “For the Native Community: Help that Empowers.”  Engage/Social Action 15, no. 7 (July/August 1987), 20-26.

Byrd, Sid.  “What happened at Wounded Knee 100 years ago.”  The Lakota Times, December 18, 1990, B6 and December 25, 1990, B3.

Campbell, Marllene.  “An American Indian Viewpoint.”  In Realities and Visions: The Church’s Mission Today, 137-43.  Edited by Furman C. Stough and Urban T. Holmes, III.  New York, NY: Seabury Press, 1976.

Carlson, Joyce.  Journey from Fisher River: A Celebration of the Spirituality of a People through the Life of Stan McKay.  Toronto, ON: United Church Publishing House, 1994.

________ (ed.).  1992: Aboriginal Reflections on 500 Years.  Winnipeg, MB: Dr. Jessie Saulteaux Resource Centre, [1992?].

________ (ed.).  The Journey: Stories and Prayers for the Christian Year from People of the First Nations.  Toronto, ON: Anglican Book Centre, 1991.

________ (ed.).  Spirit of Gentleness: Lenten Readings and Prayers.  Toronto, ON: United Church Publishing House (Division of Mission in Canada), 1989.

Charleston, Steven.  “American Indian Tradition: Rediscovering an Old Testament.”  Areopagus, Lent 1991, 5-8.

________.  “Columbus from the Native American Perspective: What Have We Learned in 500 Years?”  Word and World 12, no. 2 (Spring 1992), 106-10.

________.  “Consider the Cargo, Not the Captain.”  Sojourners, October 1991, 25-26.

________.  “Native American Spirituality.”  In Jamestown Commitment: The Episcopal Church and the American Indian, 149-55.  Edited by Owanah Anderson.  Cincinnati, OH: Forward Movement, 1988.

________.  “Reflections on a Revival: The Native American Alternative.”  Theological Education 20, no. 1 (Autumn 1983), 65-78.

________.  “The Old Testament of Native America.”  In Lift Every Voice: Constructing Christian Theologies from the Underside, 49-61.  Edited by Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite and Mary Potter Engle.  San Francisco, CA: Harper and Row, 1990.

________.  “Victims of an American Holocaust.”  Sojourners 16, no. 10 (November 1987), 32-33.

Claus, Tom.  “A True Indian and a True Christian.”  Native Discipleship in the Americas 4, no. 1 (1993), 8-11, 20-21.

________.  “The Bible and Native Cultures.”  Native Discipleship in the Americas 3, no. 2 (Summer/Fall 1990), 8-9, 18-21, 23.

________.  “The Bible and Peyote.”  Native Discipleship in the Americas 3, no. 1 (Spring 1990), 10-11, 20-26.

________ and Dale W. Kietzman (eds.).  Christian Leadership in Indian America.  Chicago, IL: Moody Press, 1976.

Corbett, Cecil.  “An Indian Christmas.”  Reformed Liturgy and Music 22, no. 3 (Summer 1988), 144-45.  Reprinted from Indian Highways 190 (December 2, 1983).

________.  “The Lost Ingredient: Native American Spirituality.”  Tempe, AZ: Cook Christian Training School, no date.

________.  “Theological Institutions before the Altar.”  Church and Society 76, no. 4 (March-April 1986), 64-67.

________ and Gary Kush.  “Cook Christian Training School: new directions for Native American theological education.”  In Ministry by the People, 214-24.  Edited by F. Ross Kinsler.  Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1983.

Cuny, Sr. Genevieve, OSF.  “Leadership and Professional Development in Light of the Native American Experience.”  In Faith and Culture: A Multicultural Catechetical Resource, 53-61.  Edited by Armantina R. Pelaez.  Washington, DC: United States Catholic Conference, 1987.

Cuthand, Adam.  “A Native Anglican Indian Speaks.”  Canadian Ecumenical News, December 1981, 3.  Reprinted in Interculture 15, no. 1 (January-May 1982), 37-9.

Deloria, Vine V., Sr.  “The Establishment of Christianity Among the Sioux.”  In Sioux Indian Religion: Tradition and Innovation, 91-111.  Edited by Raymond J. DeMallie and Douglas R. Parks.  Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, 1987.

Deloria, Vine, Jr.  “A Native American Perspective on Liberation Theology.”  In Is Liberation Theology for North America?  The Response of First World Churches, 12-20.  Edited by Sergio Torres et al.  New York, NY: Theology in the Americas, 1978.

________.  “A Native American Perspective on Liberation.”  Occasional Bulletin of Missionary Research, July 1977, 15-17.  Reprinted inMission Trends No. 4: Liberation Theologies in North America and Europe, 261-70.  Edited by Gerald H. Anderson and Thomas F. Stransky.  New York, NY: Paulist Press, 1979.

________.  “American Indians and the Moral Community.”  Church and Society 79 (September/October 1988), 27-38.

________.  “An Open Letter to the Heads of the Christian Churches in America” (January 28, 1972).  Reprinted in Literature of the American Indian, abridged edition, 213-20.  Edited by Thomas E. Sanders and Walter W. Peek.  Beverly Hills, CA: Glencoe, 1976.

________.  Behind the Trail of Broken Treaties: An Indian Declaration of Independence.  New York, NY: Dell, 1974.

________.  “Christianity and Indigenous Religion: Friends or Enemies?  A Native American Perspective.”  In Creation and Culture: The Challenge of Indigenous Spirituality and Culture to Western Creation Thought, 31-43.  Edited by David G. Burke.  New York, NY: Lutheran World Ministries, 1987.

________.  “Completing the Theological Circle: Civil Religion in America.”  Religious Education 71 (May-June 1976), 278-87.

________.  Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto.  New York, NY: Macmillan, 1969.

________.  “Escaping from Bankruptcy: The Future of the Theological Task.”  Katallagete 6 (Summer 1976), 5-9.

________.  “GCSP: The Demons at Work.”  Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church 48 (March 1979), 83-92.

________.  God Is Red: A Native View of Religion.  Golden, CO: North American, 1992 [1973].

________.  “Indians and Other Americans: The Cultural Chasm.”  Church and Society 75, no. 3 (January/February 1985), 10-19.

________.  “Out of Chaos.”  Parabola 10, no. 2 (1985), 14-22.  Reprinted in I Become Part of It: Sacred Dimensions in Native American Life.  Edited by D. M. Dooling and Paul Jordan-Smith.  New York, NY: Parabola, 1989.

________.  “Religion and Revolution Among American Indians.”  Worldview 17 (January 1974), 12-15.

________.  “Secularism, Civil Religion, and the Religious Freedom of American Indians.”  American Indian Culture and Research Journal 16, no. 2 (1992), 9-20.

________.  “The Confusion of History: A Review Essay.”  Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church 46 (September 1977), 349-53.

________.  The Indian Affair.  New York, NY: Friendship, 1974.

________.  The Metaphysics of Modern Existence.  San Francisco, CA: Harper and Row, 1979.

________.  “The Theological Dimension of the Indian Protest Movement.”  The Christian Century 90 (September 19, 1973), 912-14.

________.  “Vision and Community: A Native-American Voice.”  In Yearning to Breathe Free: Liberation Theologies in the United States, 71-79.  Edited by Mar Peter-Raoul, Linda Rennie Forcey, and Robert Frederick Hunter, Jr.  Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1990.

________.  We Talk, You Listen: New Tribes, New Turf.  New York, NY: Macmillan, 1970.

________.  “Why the U.S. Never Fought the Indians.”  The Christian Century 93 (January 7-14, 1976), 9-12.

Dreadfulwater, Andrew.  “We’ll Have Hats with Feathers in Them . . . But We Won’t Be No Indians.”  Interculture 17, no. 4 (October-December 1984), 22-24.

Dudley, Joseph Iron Eye.  Choteau Creek: A Sioux Reminiscence.  Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, 1992.

Fassett, Thomas M.  “‘I and the Earth Are One’: Chief Joseph.”  Engage/Social Action 4 (November 1976), 43-46.

________.  “Struggle for Survival.”  Engage/Social Action, November 1981, 10-14.

________.  “To Learn from Native Peoples.”  Christian Social Action, October 1991, 4-6.

Fontaine, Stan.  “The Amerindian Reality: As an Inner Reality.”  Kerygma 15 (1981), 167-85.

Galvan, Michael.  “Enculturating the Liturgy in North America.”  Liturgy 5, no. 3 (1986), 41-45.

________.  “Native American Catechesis and the Ministry of the Word.”  In Faith and Culture: A Multicultural Catechetical Resource, 15-21.  Edited by Armantina R. Pelaez.  Washington, DC: United States Catholic Conference, 1987.

________.  “No Veneration for Serra.”  In The Missions of California: A Legacy of Genocide, 168-70.  Edited by Rupert Costo and Jeannette Henry Costo.  San Francisco, CA: Indian Historian Press, 1987.

Hall, Suzanne E. (ed.).  The People: Reflections of Native Peoples on the Catholic Experience in North America.  Washington, DC: National Catholic Educational Association, 1992.

Hampton, Carol.  “A Heritage Denied: American Indians Struggle for Racial Justice.”  Sojourners, January 1991, 10-13.

Hart, Lawrence.  “Cheyenne Peace Traditions.”  Mennonite Life 36 (June 1981), 4-7.

Hascall, John S.  “Native American Liturgy.”  Liturgy 7, no. 1 (1988), 35-39.

Helphrey, Juanita J.  Worship Resources.  Minneapolis, MN: Council for American Indian Ministry, United Church of Christ, 1991.

Higgins, Elizabeth.  No Turning Back.  [Valley Forge, PA: National Ministries, American Baptist Churches USA, 1985?].

Hobday, Jose.  “Dance into Life: The Native American Way.”  Cross Currents 24 (Summer/Fall 1974), 292-95.

________.  “Forced Assimilation and the Native American Dance.”  Cross Currents 26 (Summer 1976), 189-94.

________.  “Seeking the Moist Heart: Native American Ways for Helping the Spirit.”  In Western Spirituality: Historical Roots, Ecumenical Routes, 317-29.  Edited by Matthew Fox, OP.  Notre Dame, IN: Fides/Claretian, 1979.

Hofstra, Marilyn M.  Voices: Native American Hymns and Worship Resources.  Nashville, TN: Discipleship Resources, 1992.

Holmes, Arthur, with George McPeek.  The Grieving Indian: An Ojibwe Elder Shares His Discovery of Help and Hope.  Winnipeg, MB: Indian Life, 1991.

Hopkins, Alberta Pualani.  “The Challenge of the Future: Creating a Place Called Home.”  In The Challenges of the Past, the Challenges of the Future: Essays on Mission in the Light of Five Hundred years of Evangelization in the Americas, 73-80.  Edited by John L. Kater, Jr.  Berkeley, CA: Church Divinity School of the Pacific, 1994.

Hummelen, Remmelt and Kathleen Hummelen (eds.).  Stories of Survival: Conversations with Native North Americans.  New York, NY: Friendship Press, 1985.

In the Spirit of the Circle.  New York, NY: Episcopal Church Center, 1989.

Jackson, Norman W.  “The Message Carrier: Legacies of the Missionary Era.”  JSAC Grapevine, January 1989.  Reprinted in News from Indian Country, March 1989, 29 and April 1989, 26.

Jacobs, Adrian.  “The Meeting of the Two Ways.”  Indian Life Magazine 13, no. 3 (June-July 1992), 8-11.

Jacobs, Laverne.  “A Challenge to the Church: Include All Native Peoples and Their Cultural Gifts.”  Anglican Magazine, September 15, 1991, 34-35.

________.  “Being an Indian in Today’s Society.”  CCPD: For a Change (World Council of Churches) 5 (1991).

________.  “Let Us Be: Native People’s Plea for Self-Determination.”  Practice for Ministry in Canada, November 1991.

________.  “Mending the Hoop.”  Practice for Ministry in Canada, September 1993, 15-16.

________.  “The Native Church: A Search for an Authentic Spirituality.”  Ecumenism 112 (December 1993), 21-23.

________.  “Our System has Failed to Produce a Native Bishop.”  Anglican Magazine, October 1987.

Lee, George P.  Silent Courage, An Indian Story: The Autobiography of George P. Lee, a Navajo.  Salt Lake City, UT: Deseret, 1987.

MacDonald, Rev. Mark.  A Strategy for Growth in the Episcopal Church: Joining Multiculturalism with Evangelism.  Bemidji, MN[?]: InterCultural Ministry Development, 1994.

Mammedaty, Kim.  “Remember the Sabbath Day.”  In And Blessed Is She: Sermons by Women, 196-202.  Edited by David Albert Farmer and Edwina Hunter.  San Francisco, CA: Harper and Row, 1990.

Maracle, John.  “The Lost Nations.”  Christianity Today, March 3, 1989, 34-37.

Maracle, Ross.  “Shut Out Again.”  Practice for Ministry in Canada, May 1991, 17-18.

Maxey, Rosemary.  “A Perspective from the Indigenous Theology Project.”  Doing Theology in the United States 1, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1985), 33-35.

________.  “A Right to Speak.”  Doing Theology in the United States 1, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1985), 58.

________.  “Who Can Sit at the Lord’s Table?  The Experience of Indigenous Peoples.”  In Theology and Identity: Traditions, Movements, and Polity in the United Church of Christ, 51-63.  Edited by Daniel L. Johnson and Charles Hambrick-Stowe.  New York, NY: Pilgrim Press, 1990.

McKay, Stanley J.  “An Aboriginal Christian Perspective on the Integrity of Creation.”  Ecumenism 100 (December 1990), 15-17.

________.  “Native North American Spirituality And Inter-Faith Dialogue.”  Ecumenical Trends 16, no. 6 (June 1987), 108-10.

Meili, Dianne.  Those Who Know: Profiles of Alberta’s Native Elders.  Edmonton, AB: NeWest Press, 1991.

Mitchell, Sr. Kateri.  “Centered in the Creator: The Native American Experience.”  Momentum, November 1991, 30-31.

________.  “Life is a Sacred Circle.”  Religion Teacher’s Journal, January 1994, 36-37.

________.  “Praying to the Great Spirit.”  Religion Teacher’s Journal, September 1992, 20.

________.  “Program Development and Native American Catechesis.”  In Faith and Culture: A Multicultural Catechetical Resource, 81-88.  Edited by Armantina R. Pelaez.  Washington, DC: United States Catholic Conference, 1987.

_________.  “Questions of Faith and Culture: Native Catechesis.”  Caravan Winter 1991, 8-9.

Myers, Mike.  “Mohawk Nation at War: In Defense of Native Lands.”  Theology in the Americas: Documentation Series, no. 9.  New York, NY: Theology in the Americas, 1979.

________.  “The Connectedness of Life.”  Doing Theology in the United States, 1988, 4-11.

________.  “The Native Americans and Western Christianity.”  In Theology in the Americas: Detroit II Conference Papers, 85-89.  Edited by Cornel West, Caridad Guidote, and Margaret Coakley.  Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1982.

Nahwooksy, Clydia.  “The Threads of Faith.”  American Baptist Quarterly 5, no. 4 (December 1986), 403-7.

Noley, Homer.  A Little Land on Which to Light His Fire.  St. Louis, MO: Christian Board of Publication [Disciples], 1975.

________.  First White Frost: Native Americans and United Methodism.  Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 1991.

________.  “Native Americans in the Church.”  Christian Social Action 5 (April 1992), 25-27.

Nowabbi, Billie.  “Roots of Identity.”  Doing Theology in the United States 1, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1985), 59-60.

________.  “They Walked by Faith.”  Engage/Social Action, November 1981, 37-40.

Parker, Karol.  “Returning.”  Common Lot (UCC), Spring 1991, 7-8.

Poor Man, Mercy.  “Christian Life Fellowship Church.”  In Sioux Indian Religion: Tradition and Innovation, 149-55.  Edited by Raymond J. DeMallie and Douglas R. Parks.  Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, 1987.

“Position Paper of the Native American Project of Theology in the Americas.”  1980.

Rollins, Sister Jeanne, O.S.F.  “Liberation and the Native American.”  In Theology in the Americas, 202-6.  Edited by Sergio Torres and John Eagleson.  Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1976.

Schultz, Paul N.  “Educators as Advocates for Transcultural Inclusiveness.”  APCE Advocate, May 1987, 3-4.

________ and Judith Wellington.  Caring for Creation: A four-session small-group Bible study exploring Christian and Native American perspectives on the stewardship of creation.  Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress, 1989.

________  and George Tinker.  Rivers of Life: Native Spirituality for Native Churches.  Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress, 1988.

Scissons, Ralph E.  “Are We All Welcome at the Party?”  Church and Society, January/February 1992, 61-68.

Sehested, Ken (ed.).  The Earth Is the Lord’s: Sermons by Kim Mammedaty and Bible Studies by William Baldridge from the 1992 Summer Conference.  Memphis, TN: Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America, 1992.

Slagle, Al Logan.  “Tolowa Indian Shakers and the Role of Prophecy at Smith River, California.”  American Indian Quarterly 9, no. 3 (Summer 1985), 353-74.

Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk.  That They May Have Life: The Episcopal Church in South Dakota, 1859-1976.  New York, NY: Seabury, 1977.

Snow, Chief John.  These Mountains are our Sacred Places: The Story of the Stoney Indians.  Toronto, ON: Samuel Stevens, 1977.

Snyder, Janice E.  “Native American in the Church.”  Christian Social Action 3, no. 1 (January 1990), 23-25.

Solomon, Sister Eva.  “Our Lady of Guadalupe: God’s Message for the Americas.”  Anglican Magazine, April 15, 1989, 22-24.

________.  “Unity and Diversity in Native Spirituality.”  Ecumenism 112 (December 1993), 15-17.

Spider, Emerson, Sr.  “The Native American Church of Jesus Christ.”  In Sioux Indian Religion: Tradition and Innovation, 189-209.  Edited by Raymond J. DeMallie and Douglas R. Parks.  Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, 1987.

Tekakwitha Conference.  Statement and resolution, March 13, 1987.  In The Missions of California: A Legacy of Genocide, 164-65.  Edited by Rupert Costo and Jeannett Henry Costo.  San Francisco, CA: Indian Historian Press, 1987.

“The Native Clergy Speak.”  Anglican Magazine, October 15, 1990, 9-10.

The Story and Faith Journey of Seventeen Native Catechists: A Consultation in Native Catechesis, November 9-13, 1982.  Great Falls, MT: Tekakwitha Conference National Center, [1983?].

Tinker, George E.  “A Theological Introduction to Cross-Cultural Issues.”  In Creation and Culture: The Challenge of Indigenous Spirituality and Culture to Western Creation Thought, 1-6.  Edited by David G. Burke.  New York, NY: Lutheran World Ministries, 1987.

________.  “American Indians and the Arts of the Land: Spatial Metaphors and Contemporary Existence.”  In Voices from the Third World: 1990, 170-93.  Sri Lanka: Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians, 1991.

________.  “Blessed Are the Poor: A Theology of Solidarity with the Poor in the Two-Thirds World.”  Church and Society 84, no. 4 (March/April 1994), 45-55.

________.  “Columbus and Coyote: A Comparison of Culture Heroes in Paradox.”  Apuntes 12 (Summer 1992), 78-88.

________.  “Does ‘All People’ Include Native Peoples?”  In God, Goods, and the Common Good: Eleven Perspectives on Economic Justice in Dialog with the Roman Catholic Bishops’ Pastoral Letter, 124-36.  Edited by Charles P. Lutz.  Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg, 1987.

________.  “For All My Relations: Justice, Peace, and the Integrity of Christmas Trees.”  Sojourners 20, no. 1 (January 1991), 19-21.  Revised version of “Gerechtigkeit, Frieden und die Integritat der Weinachtsbaume.”  Okumenische Rundschau 38 (April 1989), 169-80.

________.  Missionary Conquest: The Gospel and Native American Cultural Genocide.  Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress, 1993.

________.  “Native Americans and the Land: ‘The End of Living, and the Beginning of Survival.'”  Word and World 6, no. 1 (Winter 1986), 66-75.  Reprinted in Lift Every Voice: Constructing Christian Theologies from the Underside, 141-51.  Edited by Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite and Mary Potter Engle.  San Francisco, CA: Harper and Row, 1990.

________.  “Spirituality, Native American Personhood, Sovereignty and Solidarity.”  The Ecumenical Review 44 (July 1992), 312-24.

________.  “The Full Circle of Liberation: An American Indian Theology of Place.”  Sojourners 21, no. 8 (October 1992), 12-17.  Revised version reprinted in SEDOS 25 (January 15, 1993), 9-13.

________.  “The Integrity of Creation: Restoring Trinitarian Balance.”  The Ecumenical Review 41 (October 1989), 527-36.

________.  “Two stories about the ‘integrity of creation.'”  One World, May 1988, 13.

Walters, Elizabeth and Joan Thatcher.  The Trail of Tears—The Indians in America.  Valley Forge, PA: Fund of Renewal (American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. and Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc.), 1974.

Wantland, William C.  “Our Mother, the Earth.”  The Living Church, July 5, 1992, 10, 12.

Warrior, Robert Allen.  “Canaanites, cowboys, and Indians: Deliverance, conquest, and liberation theology today.”  Christianity and Crisis, September 11, 1989, 261-65.  Reprinted in Voices from the Margin: Interpreting the Bible in the Third World, 287-95.  Edited by R. S. Sugirtharajah.  Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1991.

Weaver, Jace.  “A biblical paradigm for native liberation.”  Christianity and Crisis, February 15, 1993, 40.

________.  “Native Reformation in Indian Country?  Forging a relevant spiritual identity among Indian Christians.”  Christianity and Crisis, February 15, 1993, 39-41.

West, James L.  “Indian Spirituality: Another Vision.”  American Baptist Quarterly 5, no. 4 (December 1986), 348-56.

Wilson, Roy I.  “God’s Revelation: Through All Cultures.”  Christian Social Action 3, no. 1 (January 1990), 8-10.

________.  Medicine Wheels: Ancient Teachings for Modern Times.  New York, NY: Crossroad, 1994.

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