Caste and Christianity: Attitudes and Policies on Caste of Anglo-Saxon Protestant Missions in India
This Work Breaks Into Fresh Ground As Concerns Caste In India. It First Examines The Nature Of Caste And Its Relation To Hinduism And Questions In What Sense It Is Possible To Speak Of Christianity As An Egalitarian Faith.
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Hierarchy Equality and Religion
The Development of a Protestant Consensus
The Revolt of 1857 and the Caste Question
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Duncan B. Forrester
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