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God Is Red: A Native View of Religion Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

What religion do you think has the most historically-based accuracy? Why?

Do you think it is fair for contemporary religion to discount the Indian culture's religious beliefs? Explain.

Why does the Indian culture's concept of creation make more sense to Deloria than the traditional Christian concept?

Why do you think the Indian view of religion is not widely accepted among non-Indian culture?

What are your personal feelings regarding the basis and structure of the Indian concept of God?

Do you feel that historians have made the facts of the past fit in with Christian culture? Discuss.

Do you agree with Deloria's concept of Moral Responsibility? Explain.

Name a sacred place that is revered for its historical significance. What makes it sacred, and to whom? Discuss it's relevance in the history of the religion.

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