An introduction to this video course. **PLEASE NOTE: WHEN CLICKING ON A LESSON, THE CONTENT WILL APPEAR AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN, SO SCROLL ALL OF THE WAY DOWN**
Section 1: Important Definitions And Historical Documents In Canadian-Indigenous Relations
This section focuses on important definitions and historical documents that all Canadians should know and understand
Section 2: The Theology And Justice Of Reconciliation
Section 3: The Truth And Reconciliation Commission And Residential Schools
This section focuses on the TRC (Truth and Reconciliation commission) and especially the history of residential schools
Section 4: The United Nations Declaration Of Rights Of Indigenous Peoples
This section introduces you to the UNDRIP and its importance for Indigenous peoples around the world
Section 5: Being Indigenous In Canada
This section introduces you to some of the contemporary issues facing Indigenous peoples in Canada
Section 6: Indigenous And Christian
This section introduces you to a number of Indigenous followers of Jesus, their stories, and their perspective on church and faith
Conclusion: Moving Forward In A Good Way
2 Responses to “2.1: Justice, Reconciliation, and Repentance in Canada”
This was hard to hear in parts due to my old desktop computer but what I heard Dr. Robbins say was good. Reminds me of the verse in Micah 6:8 “What he requires of us is this: to do what is just,to show constant love,and to live in humble fellowship with our God.” ( Good News Bible ).
Thanks Neal. I’ve done some work on the audio to try and improve the sound. Thanks so much for your comments and thoughts throughout the course.