Readings in Indian Christian Theology, Volume 1
Rasiah S. Sugirtharajah, Cecil Hargreaves
SPCK, 1993 - Bible - 272 pages
The first of two volumes which contain contributions on methods and ways of doing theology, understandings of Jesus, and Indian biblical interpretation. It also includes some poems and drawings, and some theology expressed in less formal ways such as Christians telling of their own experience.
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