Hindu-Christian Dual Belonging

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 3. März 2022
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  • 214 Seiten
 
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This book focuses on dual belonging within Hindu-Christian contexts. Written by experts in a variety of fields, the chapters explore the theological, philosophical, and cultural anthropological debates relating to religious pluralism, religious language, and social identity while addressing the fact that both Hindu and Christian forms of self-understandings have been significantly moulded through their interactions in South Asia and across certain Euro-American horizons. The limits of the definition of dual belonging are tested via case studies, and contributors address the question of whether there is anything distinctive about dual belonging across Christianity and Hinduism specifically.

A timely contribution to the emerging subject of dual religious belonging, this book will be of interest to academics in the fields of Hindu studies and Christian theology, Hindu-Christian comparative theology, religious pluralism, interreligious relations, the sociology and anthropology of religion, and comparative theology and philosophy.
1. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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978-1-000-54848-8 (9781000548488)

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Daniel Soars teaches in the divinity department at Eton College, UK. He received his PhD degree from the University of Cambridge, UK, for a comparative theological enquiry into the distinctive relation between the world and God in Christianity and Hinduism.

Nadya Pohran received her PhD degree from the University of Cambridge, UK. She is a cultural anthropologist currently working as a part-time professor and applied anthropologist, whose research explores existential belonging, interreligious relations, and the interdisciplinary conversations between anthropology and theology.
Foreword 1.Introduction: Both, Between, or Beyond? An Introduction to Hindu-Christian Dual Belonging 2.Negotiating Dual Belonging: A Study of the Sociocultural History of the St. Thomas Christians of India 3.Neither myself nor another - the Interreligious Belonging of Raimon Panikkar 4.The Possibility of Hindu-Christian Dual Belonging: Anthropological Reflections on a Theological Debate 5.Considering the Case of Catholic-Hindu Dual Belonging from a Magisterial and Dogmatic Point of View 6.Where We Start, Who We Are, and What We Seek: The Born vs. the Convert 'Dual Belonger' 7.The Comparative Theology of Francis X. Clooney SJ and the Question of Theological Dual Belonging 8.Non-Dual Conversion and Non-Dual Belonging: Trajectories of Religious Transformation in Missionary Advaita Vedanta 9.Hindu, Christian, Hindu-Christian, and Beyond: Exploring the Relations between Identity and Spirituality10.The Struggle of Belonging: Considering Some On-the-Ground Realities of Multiple Religious Orientation 11.Inculturation, Belonging, and Defining 'Religion': Some Reflections on Sara Grant and the Christa Prema Seva Ashram 12.Christian Sannyasa: Dual Belonging or a Bridge Too Far?

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