Dalits and Christianity: Subaltern Religion and Liberation Theology in India
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.
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AND THE DALITS
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