Following Jesus in the Hindu Context: The Intriguing Implications of N.V. Tilak's Life and Thought
Narayan Vaman Tilak was raised in western India in a Brahmin family as a Hindu of the highest caste. He was an ardent nationalist and gifted poet. Baptized in 1895, he remained one of the most highly placed Hindu leaders to turn to faith in Jesus Christ. This book tells Tilak's story as a pioneer in Protestant mission history.
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Early Witness Among Hindus
The Indian Heritage
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