Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Pseudo-Review: Following Christ in Invaded Space by Chris Budden

Following Christ in Invaded Space: Doing Theology on Aboriginal LandFollowing Christ in Invaded Space: Doing Theology on Aboriginal Land by Chris Budden
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

For my reflections on this book, see the post at my discernment blog.

The points that weren't made in that post:

  • Chris is a friend and mentor of mine
  • While he was writing this book, he and I were working together on another, related project
  • In reaction to this book, I decided that I needed to pick up Dorothy McRae-McMahon's Everyday Passions A Conversation on Living to get a queer, feminist perspective from another member of the same denomination as Chris. (And me.)
If I get the chance at Assembly (and if Chris is there) I'm going to go talk to him about all these things.

Also, it's taken ages to get this to post.


  1. Heidi, Are you planning to review Dorothy McRae-McMahon's book? Given your interests, I'm sure would make an interesting and valuable contribution to the Australian Women Writers challenge.

    1. Yes, I will be. I actually started reading it many years ago, but am returning to it from the beginning to get the full effect of the flow of thought.