Theological Resources

Yarta Wandatha, Aunty Denise Champion, October 2014

Available from Uniting Church SA's Mission Resourcing Unity for $25. Email bfreeman@sa.uca.org.au or call (08) 8236 4243. Credit card facilities not available. You can also see it and request it here or here

 

'Five Smooth Stones: Reading the Bible Through Aboriginal Eyes', Uncle Graham Paulson and Mark Brett, 2013

Paulson, Graham and Brett, Mark G. (2013) Five Smooth Stones: Reading the Bible Through Aboriginal Eyes. Colloquium, 45 (2). pp. 199-209. ISSN 0588-3237  

 

Uncle Ray Minniecon 'Does Jesus Believe in Land Rights?' Three Podcasts of the Bible Studies from the Surrender Conference 2016

How Do we Think Biblically About Constitutional Recognition - Part 1

How Do we Think Biblically About Constitutional Recognition - Part 2

How Do we Think Biblically About Constitutional Recognition - Part 3

 

Enacting a Public Theology, Edited by Clive Pearson, 2019 

Includes two chapters co-written by Brooke Prentis available for purchase here: https://www.amazon.com.au/Enacting-Public-Theology-Clive-Pearson/dp/1928314678

Reconciliation without Repentance: The politics and theology of Postponement of Aboriginal Peoples’ Justice in Australia

Recognition without Dignity: The Politics and Theology of Postponement of Aboriginal Peoples’ Justice in Australia

 

Not in Kansas, Edited by Darrell Jackson, Michael Frost, David Starling, 2020

Includes a paper presented by Brooke Prentis available for purchase here: https://www.morling.edu.au/shop/not-in-kansas-anymore/
It also has the incredible artwork of Jasmin Roberts @MyTimeForDreaming on the back cover.

Dangerous memories in the land we NOW call Australia.  Do the Exiles hear the call to country today?

 

Brooke Prentis and Geoff Broughton reflect on 'Jesus and Aboriginal Justice'. Three Podcasts of the Bible Studies from the Surrender Conference 2017

Embodying Justice: Jesus and Aboriginal Injustices

Embodying Reconciliation: Jesus and the Great Australian Silence

Embodying Recognition: Jesus, Guests and Hosts

 

Brooke Prentis Theological Papers

Prentis, Brooke. Reclaiming Community:  Mission, Church, and Aboriginal Wisdom, presented at The Annual Tinsley lecture, 2018, Sydney

Print https://www.morling.edu.au/module_resources/uploads/products/Tinsley%20Lecture/Lecture%202.pdf, 26 March 2018. Video https://vimeo.com/263100543

Prentis, Brooke.  Does the hope for Reconciliation lie with the Millenials?, included in the summer 2017 edition of Zadok on ‘Millennial Christians in a Changing World’, Sydney, Australia, December 2017. Also available here to read.

Prentis, Brooke and Crowden, Sandra.  Learning to be guests of ancient hosts on ancient lands, presented at the Thought Matters Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, September 2017.

Prentis, Brooke. Dangerous memories in the land we NOW call Australia.  Do the Exiles hear the call to country today?, presented at Morling College, Sydney, Australia, August 2017.

Broughton, Geoff and Prentis, Brooke. Reconciliation without Repentance: The politics and theology of Postponement of Aboriginal Peoples’ Justice in Australia, presented at the Global Network of Public Theology (GNPT), Cape Town, South Africa, October 2016.

Broughton, Geoff and Prentis, Brooke. Recognition without Dignity: The Politics and Theology of Postponement of Aboriginal Peoples’ Justice in Australia, presented at the GNPT, Cape Town, South Africa, October 2016.

Prentis, Brooke.  What have we learnt from communication with Aboriginal peoples since 1788?  Challenges and opportunities from the experience with Aboriginal Australia, presented at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, 6 March 2015