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Quality Academics

NAIITS’ academic degrees offer open-ended opportunities for First Nations, Metis, Inuit and others of Indigenous ancestry to be part of a flexible program of learning.

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NAIITS symposiums are themselves learning communities, unique in their blend of academic and practitioner teaching.

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Support Us

We invite you to participate with Indigenous leaders from around the world and become part of a diverse group of highly dedicated visionaries.

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Our Partners

NAIITS has carefully selected partners who are clearly Jesus-focused in their worldview and mission, and who respect Indigenous leadership.

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Providing resources to the members of our learning community for personal and community growth is the goal of the NAIITS store.

Indigenous Pathways Director Calls for Real Change

The Executive Director of Indigenous Pathways, Terry LeBlanc, speaks out about the Western economic systems and theory, and the environment. A great read!

"Not unlike Copenhagen in 2009, or Kyoto in 1997, governments are posturing so as not to give away economic advantage. National prosperity continues to trump the environment."
Summer Courses for 2015

The 2015 schedule is now posted online! Click here to view the details...
Visit NAIITS Academics for information on applications and scholarships!
Why Would a Good Southern African-American Christian Study Under Indians?
(April 21, 2015)
NAIITS: Theology and Ethics of the Land
(June 15, 2014)
George Fox University
(June 11, 2014)
Indigenous Pathways Introduction
(Sept 2, 2011)
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A conversation with Indigenous Pathways in NW Ontario on April 24 -25, 2015. More info here...
Join us in discussing thought provoking papers and engaging conversations centered on "Theology of Reconciliation: Les Sauvages et Le Sophistiqué"
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NAIITS - A Learning Community
NAIITS, is one of three divisions of Indigenous Pathways, a non-sectarian organization dedicated to working together with the Indigenous community to develop and articulate Indigenous perspectives in theology and practice. We encourage Indigenous learning styles and world views in our instruction as we facilitate the development of a body of written work addressing biblical, theological, and ethical issues from within Native North American and other Indigenous perspectives. We do so in concert with partners of other ethnicities who would speak into this context. NAIITS currently has five degree program partnerships offering BA, MA and Ph.D programs.
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