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Stories of Australia's Christian Heritage

Stories of Australia's Christian Heritage

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From the proclamation of Australia as the 'Southland of the Holy Spirit' in 1606 to Alfred Deakin, the co-author of Australia's Constitution, God's hand has decisively shaped the destiny of our country.

Many people think that Australia has always been a secular, godless place. But at every turn in our history men and women of faith have laid a godly foundation and built a rich Christian heritage.

This collection of short, easy-to-read stories reveals our well-known pioneers, explorers and statesmen who have been God's instruments for establishing a nation based on Christian principles.
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About "Stories of Australia's Christian Heritage"

From the proclamation of Australia as the 'Southland of the Holy Spirit' in 1606 to Alfred Deakin, the co-author of Australia's Constitution, God's hand has decisively shaped the destiny of our country.

Many people think that Australia has always been a secular, godless place. But at every turn in our history men and women of faith have laid a godly foundation and built a rich Christian heritage.

This collection of short, easy-to-read stories reveals our well-known pioneers, explorers and statesmen who have been God's instruments for establishing a nation based on Christian principles.
- Publisher.
- Koorong

From the proclamation of Australia as the 'Southland of the Holy Spirit' in 1606 to Alfred Deakin, the co-author of Australia's Constitution, God's hand has decisively shaped the destiny of our country. This collection reveals those who have been God's instruments for establishing a nation based on Christian principles.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Elizabeth Kotlowski

Elizabeth Kotlowski's is a freelance writer and author of three books, including Southland of the Holy Spirit: A Christian History of Australia. She grew up in the high country of East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. After graduating from Melbourne State (Teachers') College and Cumberland College of Health Sciences (NSW), she went to Britain to undertake post-graduate studies in child psychiatric occupational therapy under Dr Blanchard Rogers of Crichton Royal Hospital, Dumfries, Scotland. While there, Dr Kotlowski met and married Polish Canadian medical doctor, neuropsychiatrist, and war hero, Dr Kazimierz Kotlowski, a widower with two boys. In 1962, she immigrated with her husband to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, where their other four boys were born. After her husband's death in 1973, Dr Kotlowski and her four youngest sons moved to the United States, where she resided till her return to Australia in 1999. Dr Kotlowski holds three Masters' Degrees in Public Affairs Journalism, Public Policy, and Missiology, as well as a Doctor of Ministry Degree, from Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Dr Kotlowski has worked with children all her life, as mother, teacher, occupational therapist, and children's pastor.

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  • Catalogue Code 250386
  • Product Code 1921202726
  • EAN 9781921202728
  • Pages 167
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Strand Publishing Co
  • Publication Date Sep 2006
  • Sales Rank #9753
  • Dimensions 210 x 145 mm
  • Weight 0.213kg

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