“The One Who Did Not Break His Promises”

  title={“The One Who Did Not Break His Promises”},
  author={Andrea Smith},
  journal={American Behavioral Scientist},
  pages={478 - 509}
  • Andrea Smith
  • Published 1 December 2006
  • Political Science
  • American Behavioral Scientist
This article examines Native peoples within the race reconciliation movement in evangelical Christianity. Native evangelicals have become increasingly prominent within New Charismatic movements, particularly through the work of the Promise Keepers movement. This presence promotes male dominance, political quietism, and Christian imperialism within Native communities. At the same time, however, Native peoples have used race reconciliation as an opportunity to promote treaty rights and… Expand
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