Gandhi on Christianity

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Orbis Books, 1991 - Religion - 117 pages
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Gandhi is widely revered as one of the great moral prophets of the twentieth century. This book focuses on a less well-known area of his interest: his engagement with Jesus and Christianity. As a faithful Hindu, he was unwilling to accept Christian dogma, but in Jesus he recognized and revered one of history's great prophets of nonviolence.

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Gandhi was more christian than the vast majority of Christians. In this great book I learned that one's birth religion is probably the "right" one for them--that all serious religions are good and ... Read full review

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An interesting critique of dogmatic religion in general and dogmatic Christianity in particular, criticism I agree with personally. This publisher, Orbis, always has interesting and provocative books. Read full review

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Chapter Two
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Chapter Three
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Chapter Four
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