Christians in Secular India

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1974 - Christian in India - 246 pages
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Seeks to explore the role of the Christian community in the Indian secular state. Although the Indian Christian community forms only 2.4 percent of the population, it has played an important part in the social, educational, political, and religious spheres of the recent life of India.
 

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Contents

Preface
9
The Meaning of the Secular State in India
52
Indian Christians Nationalism and the Secular State
89
How the Churches Have Responded to the Challenges
127
New Patterns for Service and Witness for Christians
177
Summary and Conclusions
216
Bibliography
229
Index
243
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