Mana Māori Christianity 356pp
This book examines encounters between the Christian church and Māori. Christian faith among Māori changed from Māori receiving the missionary endeavours of Pākehā settlers, to the development of indigenous expressions of Christian faith, partnerships between Māori and Pākehā in the mainline churches, and the emergence of Destiny Church.
The book looks at the growth, development and adaptation of Christian faith among Māori people and considers how that development has helped shape New Zealand identity and society. It explores questions of theology, historical development, socio-cultural influence and change, and the outcomes of Pākehā interactions with Māori.