BCM Thought Matters Seminar – Video – God who was with us, God who was brought to us

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/.

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