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Jesus and the Rainbow Serpant. Sourced from Teree Spencer's article entitled Towards an Indigenous Theology.

Jesus and the Rainbow Serpant. Sourced from Teree Spencer's article entitled Towards an Indigenous Theology.

Aboriginal Cross of Christ  Sourced from Teree Spencer's article entitled Towards an Indigenous Theology. Design by Annette Lands, Broome for Open to the Spirit.

Aboriginal Cross of Christ Sourced from Teree Spencer's article entitled Towards an Indigenous Theology. Design by Annette Lands, Broome for Open to the Spirit.

Aboriginal art from the Sydney Art Gallery in Australia depicting the last supper. Sourced from http://maryloudriedger.wordpress.com/

Aboriginal art from the Sydney Art Gallery in Australia depicting the last supper. Sourced from http://maryloudriedger.wordpress.com/

Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr, a member of the Daily River Mission Church in Australia's Northern Territory. The painting is made in the traditional style of her aboriginal community. In the earlier stations, the patterns on Jesus' body show the physical stress he is under. The circles on his head indicate the pain and sorrow locked up inside him. The patterns on the cross show the increasing weight on his shoulders. In this painting, the patterns are changed.

Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr, a member of the Daily River Mission Church in Australia's Northern Territory. The painting is made in the traditional style of her aboriginal community. In the earlier stations, the patterns on Jesus' body show the physical stress he is under. The circles on his head indicate the pain and sorrow locked up inside him. The patterns on the cross show the increasing weight on his shoulders. In this painting, the patterns are changed.

The this painting, by Rod Moss of Alice Springs, features three Aboriginal people gathered around an enshouded Jesus  Permalink

The this painting, by Rod Moss of Alice Springs, features three Aboriginal people gathered around an enshouded Jesus Permalink

Jesus Nativity Scene' by Mary Leahy Pumbum. Three angels hover over the shed with baby Jesus, Mary and Joseph are on the right, the three kings on the left. The image is a good example of how Aboriginal people included other spiritual concepts in their own spirituality. Image: c  Read more: http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/spirituality/aboriginal-christians-christianity#ixzz2n0eW86ko

Jesus Nativity Scene' by Mary Leahy Pumbum. Three angels hover over the shed with baby Jesus, Mary and Joseph are on the right, the three kings on the left. The image is a good example of how Aboriginal people included other spiritual concepts in their own spirituality. Image: c Read more: http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/spirituality/aboriginal-christians-christianity#ixzz2n0eW86ko

Mathew Gills. Some earlier works of Balgo artists can come across as an uneasy overlay of Christian iconography on traditional Aboriginal designs. The distinctive dots, spirals, crescent shapes, and footprints of classic Aboriginal painting are part of these works, but the crosses, spears, and holy flames reflecting the Gospel narratives can seem not fully assimilated into the indigenous artistic styles."

Mathew Gills. Some earlier works of Balgo artists can come across as an uneasy overlay of Christian iconography on traditional Aboriginal designs. The distinctive dots, spirals, crescent shapes, and footprints of classic Aboriginal painting are part of these works, but the crosses, spears, and holy flames reflecting the Gospel narratives can seem not fully assimilated into the indigenous artistic styles."

Aboriginal stations of the cross Stations of the cross by Aboriginal Artist, Richard Campbell Sourced from http://www.aboriginalcm.cathcomm.org/aboriginalCM/LaPerouse/CAart.htm

Aboriginal stations of the cross Stations of the cross by Aboriginal Artist, Richard Campbell Sourced from http://www.aboriginalcm.cathcomm.org/aboriginalCM/LaPerouse/CAart.htm

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