Native American Theology

Native American - Native American Theology Monday 5:21 PM Lecture Topic Theology = Religion The attempted removal of Indian belief system by

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The attempted removal of Indian belief system by conquest Theology = Religion Categorical Imperative that tries to categorize it as mainstream philosophy They are not really worshipping it, there is no categorical translation of the Christian idea of god Wichasha Wakhan = Holy man Translation of gods or worship Writings about a Native American Recluse and lived in nature, read about religion and its effect on people, conflict was when Christians took it beyond the belief and spirituality into being institutionalized Soul of the Indian - idealized Indian belief systems Charles Eastman Phenomena that occurred that would take away the white man and return the Natives to their land, return of the buffalo Threatening to the white man Form circle and deprive food and drink such as the Sioux Vision Quest Started by Wovoka, Paiute of Great Basin, significant because spread to other native groups of different geographies, used sign language between different languages
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course ANT 203 taught by Professor Cherney during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Native American - Native American Theology Monday 5:21 PM Lecture Topic Theology = Religion The attempted removal of Indian belief system by

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