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From August 10, 2019 9:30 am until 1:00 pm

A Discussion on Treaty Identity with Dr Rev Lyndon Drake and Dr Alistair Reese

Does Aotearoa Zealand have a specific identity and role in the purposes of God for our world?
What is the Church's calling, and place of the Treaty of Waitangi in this? 
Come and be inspired as Alastair and Lyndon relate compelling personal stories, experiences and insights into these important issues.
Koha entry + gold coin lunch to follow
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The Revd Dr Lyndon Drake is Kaiwhakamana Amorangi ki te Pihopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau, and Pirihi Whakahaere mo te Takiwa o Manukau (ministry roles in the New Zealand Anglican Church). Alongside this he is doing research for a doctorate at the University of Oxford, working on a biblical theology of economic capital. Until 2010, Lyndon was a Vice President at Barclays Capital, trading government bonds and interest-rate derivatives. Since then, he has served as pastor of a city centre church in New Zealand, as well as teaching the theology of work at seminaries, serving in regional church leadership and internationally within the World Evangelical Alliance, and chairing the Board at his children’s school. Lyndon has degrees in science and commerce (Auckland), a PhD in computer science (York), two degrees in theology (Oxford), and a number of peer-reviewed academic publications in science and theology.

The Revd Dr Lyndon Drake is Kaiwhakamana Amorangi ki te Pihopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau, and Pirihi Whakahaere mo te Takiwa o Manukau (ministry roles in the New Zealand Anglican Church). Alongside this he is doing research for a doctorate at the University of Oxford, working on a biblical theology of economic capital. Until 2010, Lyndon was a Vice President at Barclays Capital, trading government bonds and interest-rate derivatives. Since then, he has served as pastor of a city centre church in New Zealand, as well as teaching the theology of work at seminaries, serving in regional church leadership and internationally within the World Evangelical Alliance, and chairing the Board at his children’s school. Lyndon has degrees in science and commerce (Auckland), a PhD in computer science (York), two degrees in theology (Oxford), and a number of peer-reviewed academic publications in science and theology.

Alistair lives with his wife Jeannie on a farm in Paengaroa, Bay of Plenty. He has postgraduate degrees in Theology, History and Tikanga Māori. His PhD in theology from the University of Auckland focused on reconciliation and Pākehā identity. Alistair is an adjunct Fellow at the University of Otago and his research and speaking interests include post-colonialism, reconciliation and prohetism. Alistair is involved in local and national efforts to promote reconciliation between Māori and Pākehā and exploring understandings of what an indigenous form of Christianity might look like.

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