Christians meeting Hindus: an analysis and theological critique of the Hindu-Christian encounter in India

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Regnum Books International, 2004 - Christianity and culture - 392 pages
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"With rare exceptions, serious intentional, reflective and sustained inter-faith encounter is a novel and recent enterprise. This book looks in detail at one such encounter - the intentional recent Hindu-Christian dialogue in India - and asks why and how the practice of dialogue came to replace previous attitudes of confrontation and monologue (especially on the part of Christians). Unlike many other works in the area of inter-faith studies, this work combines both descriptive detail of the actual encounter and critical theological analysis of the strengths and weakness of the dialogue model."--BOOK JACKET.

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Contents

The Path to Dialogue in India
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Continuing Christian Reflection
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PD Devanandan and Recent Protestant Initiatives
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