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Listening to the People of the Land: Christianity, Colonisation and the Path to Redemption is a ground-breaking work on settler Christianity and colonisation in Aotearoa New Zealand. It brings out the benefits to Indigenous, non-Indigenous and the Earth when those of settler descent work to make right their relationships with the Tangata Whenua, the People of the Land. The publication of this book coincides with New Zealand's and Australia's preparations to commemorate the 250-anniversary of the arrival of Captain James Cook.