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God Is Red: A Native View of Religion Summary
Vine Deloria, Jr.

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God Is Red: A Native View of Religion Summary

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"God is Red: A Native View of Religion" by Vine Deloria is a non-fiction work detailing the origin, history and doctrine involved in the Indian tribal culture. These beliefs are also compared and contrasted against the beliefs of other cultures, especially those of Western Europeans and Americans. Deloria is a man who is well versed in the Native American culture as he is also Indian.

One of the first things that the reader may notice is that Deloria uses the term "Indian" as opposed to the politically correct equivalent of "Native American." This may be due to the fact that the book was originally written in 1972 and the author did not feel that it was necessary to update the reference in the revised edition. Also, Deloria points out that some people are offended by the term "Native American" since anyone born in the U.S. is technically a...

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