Ratana : the prophet / Keith Newman.
By: Newman, Keith.Material type: BookPublisher: North Shore City : Raupo, 2009Description: 263 pages,  pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780143010975 (pbk.) :; 9780143010975 (pbk.); 0143010972 (pbk.).Subject(s): Ratana, Tahupotiki Wiremu, 1873-1939 | Te Haahi Rātana | Religious leaders -- New Zealand -- Biography | Healers -- New Zealand -- Biography | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Religion | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Politics and government | Tohunga matakite | Whakapono | Tōrangapu.̄ | Kōrero nehe | Tōrangapū | Māori -- Religion | Maori -- Politics and government | Kōrero nehe | To¿¿rangapu | Ko¿¿rero nehe | Tōrangapū | Te Haahi Ratana | Religious Leaders -- New Zealand -- Biography | Healers -- New Zealand -- Biography | Tohunga Matakite | Whakapono | Torangapu | Kōrero Nehe | Ratana, Tahupotiki Wiremu, 1873-1939 | Religious leaders New Zealand Biography | Healers New Zealand Biography | Maori (new Zealand People) - Religion | Maori (new Zealand People) - Politics and Government | Tohunga matakite. reo | Whakapono. reo | Torangapu. reo | Korero nehe. reoDDC classification: 299.92442092
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Throughout history, certain individuals with a rare passion for justice and a gift of insight have been able to rally and motivate people through periods of great social change, sometimes defying all odds and being greatly misunderstood in the process.Tahupōtiki Wiremu Rātana was such a man, called to prominence at a pivotal time, with a message for the Māori people and for the wider world. After a profound vision he became a healer of people's physical ailments and a lifter of ancient curses; and he was also a leader in healing the 'land sickness' of the Māori, after decades of land confiscation by the Government and the Crown.As founder of the Rātana Church and the Rātana movement, he led his followers in the quest to unite all Māori under one God, and to restore the Treaty of Waitangi as the founding document of the nation, giving Māori equal rights to British citizens.Ratana - The Prophet, based on some 20 years of research, distils for a general audience the extraordinary depth of T. W. Rātana's political, spiritual and social legacy.
Includes bibliographical references (p.250-255) and index.
Includes bibliography (p. 250-255) and index.
Preface: Threads in the tapestry -- 1. Preparing the way -- 2. The big fish story -- 3. Light in the darkness -- 4. Healing escalates -- 5. Doctrines of division -- 6. Royal rejection -- 7. Denominations close rank -- 8. American expedition -- 9. Good News from afar -- 10. The physical works -- 11. A Laboured alliance -- 12. Light from the east -- 13. A premature affair -- 14. Sign of the broken watch -- 15. The Parliament of Ihoa -- 16. Passing of the prophet -- 17. Drawn and quartered -- 18. Beyond the clouds.
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