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Traditional Religions of Oceania

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Jennie McDonald

on 19 April 2010

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Traditional Religions of Oceania Development Since indigenous inhabitants were illiterate, they were unable to create a written form of their sacred text.
However, through art, dance, and story telling, oral traditions have been able to make their way to modern and technological times where we are able to preserve these traditions.
Though there is no “scripture” or text, books capture stories passed down of the Oceanic religion.

Ellen Martin
Jennie McDonald
Mallory VerStrate Colonization With the introduction of Europeans to Australia and islands of the Pacific, the preservation of Oceania traditions became increasingly important.
New beliefs were being suggested and traditional Oceania was being overpowered by Christian influences.
Through time, a mix of modern and traditional beliefs were adopted by the Aborigines.
Development Since indigenous inhabitants were illiterate, they were unable to create a written form of their sacred text.
However, through art, dance, and story telling, oral traditions have been able to make their way to modern and technological times where we are able to preserve these traditions.
Though there is no “scripture” or text, books capture stories passed down of the Oceanic religion.
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