Bimaadiziwin Native American Approaches to the Mystery of Life

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Achiel Peelman

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Studium skonstruowane jest wokół koncepcji Bimaadiziwin (w kulturze i języku ojibwe – pełnia życia). Ukazuje ono, w jaki sposób duchowość amerykańskiej ludności rodzimej może pomóc w głębszym zrozumieniu tajemnicy życia. Duchowość ta obejmuje m.in. pojęcia wizji, wszechinkluzywnych relacji oraz przestrzeni. Te rzeczywistości są związane z indiańskim światem duchowym. W unikalny sposób symbolizuje je obrzęd medicine wheel.

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Peelman, A. (2014). Bimaadiziwin Native American Approaches to the Mystery of Life. Annales Missiologici Posnanienses, (19), 79-89. https://doi.org/10.14746/amp.2014.19.3
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Achiel Peelman, Saint Paul University, Faculty of Theology, Ottawa, Canada

Member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Full time professor of the Faculty of theology and former Academic Vice-Rector at Saint Paul University in Ottawa (Canada). He has written extensively on  inculturation and contemporary contextual theology. His recent publications include: Native American Spirituality and Christianity, in: The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Inter-Religious Dialogue, ed. C. Cornille, Hoboken (New Jersey): John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2013, p. 346-359.

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