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Dr Anne Pattel-Gray Public Lecture - Shared screen with speaker view
Peter Bennetts
25:26
Hi Sue, looks like chat is set to everyone.
Sue Ellis
26:06
👍
theopentable.com.au
26:32
no sound unmute please
Sue Ellis
26:53
I don’t have sound o
Jenny
27:06
no sound either
Sue Ellis
27:23
I don’t have vision outside gallery
theopentable.com.au
27:25
Vicky needs to unmute
michellepruszinski
27:45
Can’t hear anything
Patricia Courtenay
27:55
Victoria Balabanski needs to be unmuted.
Peter Bennetts
28:57
Have sound now.
Victoria Balabanski
30:15
My apologies to you all, I noted that our computer here had stopped working and we needed to restart. Apologies for that. I (Christy) simply made an acknowledgement of country - which I encourage you all to think about doing on whichever land you are on - and welcomed Dr Anne Pattel-Gray to be with us here tonight - apologies again for the last minute technological issues.
Victoria Balabanski
30:24
We are recording this :)
Anne Hewitt
30:52
Thanks Vicky!
Peter Bennetts
31:21
thanks Vicky
Sue Ellis
59:22
👏👏👏
Peter Bennetts
01:00:09
Hi Vicky, Christys mike’s not working
Victoria Balabanski
01:00:12
Any questions?
theopentable.com.au
01:00:26
Are you able to elaborate more on what it means to decolonialise Scripture?
Alison Whish
01:02:17
Anne, thank you very much. I see the Statement from the Heart as a great gift to the ccountry. From where you stand at the moment, what do you think will move the country along to the point where we are fit to receive that gift?
Patricia Courtenay
01:03:45
What guarantee do we have that any treaty will be honoured better than other First Nations treaties have NOT worked for hundreds of years?
Peter Schulz
01:04:45
Do you want to tantalise us with an example of decolonialising Westernised Christianity?
Rüdiger
01:13:54
Thank you, Anne, for speaking to us so frankly, and for me having the chance getting to know you even only through ZOOM. Through my links with Kaurna People in the past, and as a theologian myself, I have understood that many Aboriginal people gain their spiritual strength from the Country to which they, and their Language, belong. Many "read Country", i.e. looking around them, or "down" at Country. Whitefella European Christians expect salvation from "heaven" -- mentally, we look into the heavens. How do we bridge these gaps, not least in creating a Christian faith tradition rooting in Australia?
theopentable.com.au
01:16:19
What resources can Anne suggest to help us decolonialise our theology?
theopentable.com.au
01:25:31
Hard to hear the questions online.
Victoria Balabanski
01:27:10
Dean asked about the original letters patent for South Australia and their meaning for South Australia today in our relationships between first and second peoples.
Campbell Opie’s iPad
01:28:03
At Mt Eliza Uniting Church, Victoria we would love to partner in hosting one of your sessions. We are on a journey with a marvellous Willum Warrain Aboriginal Association on the Peninsula which is remaking relationships in the context of Treaty and truth telling in Victoria.
Campbell Opie’s iPad
01:29:26
Thankyou for your inspiring message from Victorian