Religious Communities who have Repudiated the Doctrine of Discovery.
Faith Communities Articles
We repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery, which asserted that lands belonged to the Christian powers that ‘discovered’ them.
WCC statement on the Doctrine of Discovery and its enduring impact on Indigenous Peoples.
A Unitarian Universalist Resolution To Repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery, and Implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Trail of Repentance And Healing.
Calling for the United Church of Christ to Repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery Which Authorized the Genocide of Native Peoples and the Theft of Native Lands.
That the General Assembly of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the United States and Canada, meeting, July 13-17, 2013, in Orlando, Florida, acce...
Minute on the Doctrine of Discovery, Approved July 25, 2012, New York Yearly Meeting Summer Sessions Silver Bay, New York
Rejecting the Christian Doctrine of Discovery and Forging a New Relationship with North America’s Indigenous People
Pope Nicholas V first articulated the Doctrine of Discovery in the papal bull Dum Diversas in 1452. The Doctrine of Discovery consists of the idea that Chris...
Before we judge the papal edicts too harshly, we need to know of the Anglican connection to this Doctrine of Discovery.
…the Doctrine of Discovery consists of the idea that Christians have a right sanctioned by God to take non-Christian lands and property and assert political ...
That the 76th General Convention repudiates and renounces the Doctrine of Discovery as fundamentally opposed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and our understand...
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori on the Repudiation of the Doctrine of Discovery
Roman Catholic Organization Statements Repudiating the Doctrine of Discovery.
A conversation on the doctrine of discovery will always entail a discussion of Native American or Indigenous lands. Moreover, because the doctrine has been a...
Anglican Church of Canada’s statement repudiating the Doctrine of Discovery.