Religion in New Zealand
Read Online

Religion in New Zealand

  • 614 Want to read
  • ·
  • 71 Currently reading

Published by Tertiary Christian Studies Programme of the combined chaplaincies and the Religious Studies Dept. at Victoria University in Wellington .
Written in English



  • New Zealand,
  • New Zealand.


  • Christianity -- New Zealand.,
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Religion.,
  • New Zealand -- Church history.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Christopher Nichol and James Veitch.
ContributionsNichol, Christopher., Veitch, James, 1940-, Victoria University of Wellington. Tertiary Christian Studies Programme.
LC ClassificationsBR1480 .R445 1980
The Physical Object
Pagination264 p. :
Number of Pages264
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3874560M
LC Control Number81198674

Download Religion in New Zealand


The religion of the New Zealanders / Brian Colless and Peter Donovan --The religious dimension of New Zealand's history / L.H. Barber --Maori religious movements in Aotearoa / Pieter H. de Bres --Can Catholicism contribute to an indigenous New Zealand religion / E.H. Blazoni --Have the mainline Protestant churches moved out of their colonial status? The decline of church based religiosity and the rise of Sectarianism / Michael Hill --The Jewish community in New Zealand / Ann Gluckman and David Pitt --Religious movements of Indian origin in New Zealand / Kapil Tiwari --Muslims in New Zealand / William Shepard --Pluralism and the future of religion in New Zealand / Lloyd Geering --Religious. / Michael Hill --The Jewish community in New Zealand / David Pitt --Religious movements of Indian origin in New Zealand / Kapil Tiwari --Pluralism and the future of religion in New Zealand / Lloyd Geering --Religious studies: New Zealand and worldwide / Albert C. Moore. Responsibility: [edited by] Brian Colless & Peter Donovan.   On the west coast of the South Island of New Zealand, a religious cult named Gloriavale Christian Community closed itself off from the rest of the world in Founded by the self-styled and Author: Lilia Tarawa.

Welcome to and the New Zealand Cult List New Zealand Cults, Sects, Religions, Christian Organisations, and other groups. "Cult" is an emotive word. It brings to mind all the worst religious groups, where people commit suicide thinking they're going to meet a UFO, launch deadly nerve gas attacks in subways, or stockpile guns and ammunition fearing the end of the world, only to die. New Releases in Religion & Spirituality #1. A Short Account of the History of Mathematics W. Rouse Ball. out of 5 stars 3. Audible Audiobook. (Cruise Ship Cozy Mysteries Book 18) Hope Callaghan. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ # Quilt Collecting Nicole Haroutunian. Audible Audiobook. $ Free with Audible trial # JEDI is now recognised as an official religion by the NZ Statistics Department. Previously the answer was out of scope, but last year a challenge through the Human Rights Commission acknowledged that a government department must protect an individuals right to religious belief. The Māori aspect of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand has long been recognised by the ordination of Māori priests as Bishop of Aotearoa; a well-known and sometimes controversial holder of that title was the late Most Rev. Sir Whakahuihui Vercoe, who is remembered for a frank speech he delivered in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II during a Waitangi Day ceremony. The Roman Catholic Church .

Christian bookshop for Bibles, music, DVD, Church resources. OPEN Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm. Online open 24/7.   A new book about the depiction of religion in New Zealand editorial cartoons reveals some disturbing truths. Last week the NZ Cartoon Archive at Author: The Spinoff. A cartoon history of religion in New Zealand November 15th, By Hannah Benbow In July, Associate Professor Mike Grimshaw gave a talk to mark the publication of his new book, Bishops, Boozers, Brethren and Burkas: A cartoon history of religion in New Zealand. The Gloriavale Christian Community is a small and isolated Christian group which is located at Haupiri on the West Coast of the South Island in New Zealand, and it has an estimated population of over It has operated as a registered charity since News of controversial practices in the community led to the police making daily checks on the community in