2 edition of Reflections on Indian Christian theology found in the catalog.
Reflections on Indian Christian theology
V. C. Rajasekaran
Includes bibliographical references (p. -204) and index.
|Statement||by V.C. Rajasekaran.|
|Contributions||Christian Literature Society for India.|
|LC Classifications||BT30.I5 R35 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 223 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||96904381|
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Reflections on Indian Christian theology. Madras: Christian Literature Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: V C Rajasekaran; Christian Literature Society for India.
Types and terms of Indian theological thought; the source of authority, the logic of Indian theology, words for God, God and the world, Words for Christ, Words for Spirit, Man and Sin, The Work of Christ etc. The assessment and a prospect; the emergent of Indian theology, what is Indian theology, Christian theology and Hinduism.
View Indian Christian Theology Research Papers on for free. OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: Art and an Indian Christian ecclesiology --The unfolding image --Art and the ashram --Art and meditation --Art and the daily liturgy of ashram life --Art and mission --Jesus as teacher: towards an Indian Christology --Art and mission --Jesus as teacher: towards an.
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Ivan Satyavrata has written just such a book at a critical moment where serious theological reflection about the Church's engagement with the poor again. The trajectory of predominance in Indian Christian theology has more or less followed the numbered categorization above.
It started out to be predominantly contextualizing and rethinking. The yeoman ecumenical effort (CNI and CSI) in the early-mid s saw a rise of Institutional theology and the most recent past has made Subaltern theology.
For Indian Christian leaders, Indian theology is an attempt to meet the criticism that Christianity is a foreign and dangerous denationalizing force. It represents a search for and an expression of self identity in India and in the field of Christian theology. It is an attempt to conceptualize the urge for being Christian and Indian simultaneously.
In order to confine the scope of this paper to a manageable degree, I shall confine myself to the interpretations of Jesus among two Christian reflectors in Bengal as representative of what was going on in Indian Christian theology in the nineteenth century Thus, I will not deal with some of the renowned Hindu intellectuals who contributed much to the initial interpretation of Jesus: Ram Mohan.
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The sixteen authors represent a wide variety of Asian contexts and include pastors and church leaders as well as seminary professors, offering a historically informed biblical and evangelical take on Asian s: 2. This Book Will Appeal Not Only To Students And Teachers Of Christian Theology And Religion But Will Be Welcomes By All Scholars And General Readers, Especially Those Interested In Dalit Religion And Literature, Subaltern Studies, Liberation Theology And Indian Sociology And Anthropology.
Title An Introduction to Indian Christian Theology Author Robin H. Boyd Edition reprint, revised Publisher ISPCK, Original from Indiana University. The Journal of Christian Ministry SOME REFLECTIONS ON THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION John Patton Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Theology Columbia Theological Seminary Decatur, Georgia All of us are aware of the kind of practical and anxious theological reflection that is stirred up by disastrous events like the earthquake in Haiti.
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In Juneto celebrate Jurgen Moltmann's seventieth birthday, a remarkable group of theologians, both Catholic and Protestant, gathered in Tubingen. They spent the day discussing, before a large audience, how their theology had changed or not changed over the previous thirty years.
This book is a record of what they said, together with the text of a subsequent television broadcast and an. An Introduction To Indian Christian Theology - Robin Boyd Title An Introduction to Indian Christian Theology Aut. Rs Ex Tax: Rs open to the Platonizing of the Christian faith, which, as we shall see later has had tremendous consequences for Christian Theology in the West.
b) Medieval Answers – Augustine, Anselm, Aquinas ( A. D.) Augustine ( A. D.) - Augustine was probably the greatest theologian that the church has ever known since Paul. Theology of Creation or Theology of Knowledge: Reflections on the Weak Theology of Abelardo. Rossini - - Rivista di Storia Della Filosofia 61 (1) Western Christian thinkers.3 But in India we think differently; it is Aleaz teaches Religions at Bishop's College, Calcutta.
GOSPEL AND CULTURE: SOME INDIANREFLECTIONS 55 the integral relation between religion and culture which enriches both these, is the experience of India.
58 lNDIAN JOURNAL OF THEOLOGY Indian culture is a very. I am just returned from a 12 day trip to India where I partnered with John Marley, a teacher from my church, to hold two 3-day Bible conferences. The first was in Madurai, or more specifically, Light of Hope Gospel Mission just outside of Madurai.
The second was in Kovilpatti, a 3 hour trip south of Madurai. All this is in the southern tip of. The book includes a useful index and a bibliography of Boyd's work.
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(At this point, I have done almost reflections.) I hope and pray these reflections will be helpful to you in your relationship with the Lord and in your effort to live out your faith each day. I’ll be back with fresh reflections on Aug continuing my series in Exodus.
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[T Dayanandan Francis; F J Balasundaram; Christian Literature Society for India.;] -- The authors whose articles are included in this book reveal conviction and commitment to witnessing to the gospel in their respective contexts.
Their writings show action-based reflections and. Why Christian understandings of Jesus and God clash with American Indian worldviews. "Tink" Tinker of the Osage Nation describes the oppression suffered by American Indians since the arrival of European colonists, who brought a different worldview across the ocean and attempted to convert the native population to the religion they also imported/5(7).
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As a result, there is significant repetition of themes across some chapters, such as the chapters on Christology and s: It strives to understand the milieu and framework of religious expression within the Dalit Christian community in South India.
This article consists of three sections. Firstly, it develops a comprehensive perception of what it means to be a Dalit and a Christian simultaneously; the notion of .Writing from a Native American perspective, theologian George Tinker probes American Indian culture, its vast religious and cultural legacy, and its ambiguous relationship to the tradition--historic Christianity--that colonized and converted it.
After five hundred years of conquest and social destruction, he says, any useful reflection must come to terms with the political state of Indian.