The following presentation was given at Booth College of Mission in New Zealand on 22nd June 2017 as part of our “Thought Matters” Seminars. These seminars are a monthly gathering for theological reflection and discussion hosted by Booth College of Mission.
In this video, we’re continuing to look at the legacies of the Protestant Reformation with Graham Bidois-Cameron who explores: God who was with us, God who was brought to us: how the Gospel and pre-contact Māori spirituality transformed each other.
Graham lives in Merivale, Tauranga with his wife and their four children. He is a member of the Ngāti Ranginui tribe, a gardener, a blogger and columnist and has recently completed a Masters of Theology. Graham has helped with Te Ōhākī, the Strategic Plan of the Māori Ministry of The Salvation Army. He teaches on biculturalism, Whānau Ora, and is a trustee and director on numerous boards. His blog can be found at https://firstwetakemanhattan.org/.