The Jesus of Nineteenth Century Indian Christian Theology: An Indian Inculturation with

Clarke, Sathianathan
May 1999
Studies in World Christianity;1999, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p32
Academic Journal
Presents a critique of an earlier Indian Christology and the interactive meeting of eastern and western thought in nineteenth century Bengal. Inculturation of Christianity into Indian society; Image of Jesus drawn by Brahmin Christians; Calls for a more adequate christology to support a more relevant soteriology; Need for a better practice of inculturation.


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