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Hawaiian Indigenous Faith and Practice: Kanenuiakea

 Author: George M. Williams  Category:  Download
For too long Hawaiian Indigenous religion has been hidden. Kumu Glen Kila, high priest of Kanenuiakea, began presenting the values and practices to faith groups of good will in 2012. In 2013 Kanenuiakea was recognized and received as a member of the world’s oldest interfaith religious organization, the International Association for Religious Freedom. This handbook shares the faith and practice of the Kanenuiakea tradition of the Wai‘anae Wahipana [leeward coast of O‘ahu, Hawai‘i], which has survived persecution, fear, and shaming.

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