3 edition of Roots of Dalit history, Christianity, theology, and spirituality found in the catalog.
Roots of Dalit history, Christianity, theology, and spirituality
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by James Massey.|
|LC Classifications||DS422.C3 M2874 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||97901248|
Dalit theology is a branch of Christian theology that emerged among the Dalit caste in India in the s. It shares a number of themes with liberation theology, which arose two decades earlier, including a self-identity as a people undergoing Exodus.  Dalit theology sees hope in the “Nazareth Manifesto” of Luke 4, where Jesus [ ]. Dalit conversion to Christianity has a long history, predating Dr Ambedkar’s call for conversion in The contexts of conversion are many; however, the strong urge among Dalits to escape the oppressive, dehumanizing socio-spiritual condition remains the chief by: 2.
Roots of Dalit History, Christianity, Theology and Spirituality: ISBN () Softcover, ISPCK, Founded in , has become a leading book . In that fundamental sense, Christian spirituality is inherently concerned with social transformation. In the Gospel of Matthew, this includes sharing in Jesus’ work of forgiveness and healing. In the Gospel of Mark it involves selfless service of others. The history of Christian spirituality is a varied story of ways of approaching : Philip Sheldrake.
Of the essays of other dalit theologians in the above-mentioned Reader, the most notable are those of Devasahayam (b. ),63 who discusses the connection between pollution, poverty and power-lessness, and James Massey (b. ), who identifies life-context, history and language as the main requirements of a dalit theology, which he elaborates. What Is Christian Spirituality? 3 entails concern for building social relations of respect, equality, and mutuality, thus emphasizing the virtues of solidarity and justice On the contrary, the older view saw God’s relation to creation as one of domination and control,22 and the focus of religious devotion was the directing of one’s energy to controlling bodily impulses and otherFile Size: KB.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Massey, James, Roots of Dalit history, Christianity, theology, and spirituality. A considerable number of these focus on the subject of Dalit Christianity in India and were brought to us from India where they were published. This important research resource of books on Dalit Christianity were given to us by Rev.
James Gardom and Rev. Monodeep Daniel, many of them published by the Centre for Dalit/Subaltern Studies in New Delhi. About the Book This book is the result of more than three decades' worth of experience working with Dalits, belonging to multi-faith communities (Hindus, Muslims, Theology, Sikhs and Buddhists).
It came to be written as response to Dalit oppressive historical context as well as to the newly added factor of globalization. This is the first complete work on Dalit theology, which is rooted in.
Massey is the translator of the Punjabi Bible and has authored and edited more than 20 books, which include: Masihiata: Ika Paricaya (Punjabi, ); Doctrine of the Ultimate Reality in Sikh Religion (); Towards Dalit Hermeneutics - Re-Reading the Text, the History and the Literature (); Dalits in India: Religion as a Source of bondage or Liberation with Special Reference to Christians.
DALIT THEOLOGY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY — Discordant Voices, Discerning Pathways: Edited by Sathianathan Clarke, Deenbandhu Manchala, Philip Vinod Peacock; Oxford University Press, YMCA Author: Bhupendra Yadav.
Dalit theology, therefore in the above sense is a 'contextual theology' and a theology from 'below', because it narrates the people's stories, sings songs of their suffering and triumphs, upholds their popular wisdom including their values proverbs, folklore, myths, interprets their history and culture, in order to articulate a faith to live by.
Dalit Theology is a new strand which has emerged in the Asian theological scene. This theology began to take shape in the early 80’s when A.P.
Nirmal, then a faculty member at the United Theological College, floated the idea of "Shudra Theology." But now, Dalit theology has come of age and it stands by its own uniqueness and creativity. Thornbury takes us back to the roots of Christian rock music in this biography of Larry Norman, one of the genre’s first major figures.
A Playful Approach to Theology and Spirituality. adequately engaged with grass roots Dalit Christians who face severe discrimination and constant struggle against caste oppression. Therefore, this study is an attempt to analyse the status and potentials of Dalit Theology among grass roots Dalit Christians as a motivational force and to offer a methodological framework to enlarge DalitFile Size: 1MB.
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The Rev. Dr Habil, James Massey is currently the General-Secretary/ Director of Dalit Solidarity Peoples in India, which is a national multi-faith movement. He is also the Hon. Director of the Centre for Dalit Studies, New Delhi. He also worked actively for inter-faith dialogue in the Indian context with special interest in Sikh religion.
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In the first place there is Dalit theology. This form of liberation theology says a lot about the experience of the Christian faith of Dalit Christians.
Then, some liberation strategies are presented. The reason for this is. christian theology in a global context. christianity and theology in a dalit context.
christian theology and ethics in india (including gospel & culture) christology. christian history in india. hermeneutics and philosophy in the indian context.
other religions, dialogue, mission, and the uniqueness of christ. art and christianity. caste. Dalit Christian Theology is peculiar to the South Asian theological scene. This theology began to take shape in the early 80s when A P Nirmal, then a faculty member at the United Theological.
Evidently Dalit Theology is the reinterpretation of the Liberation Theology and Black Theology in the context of Indian society. Hence Nirmal's assertion that the development of the theology from themselves in itself is a liberation that it expresses a Dalit Christian voice is true.
For a Dalit and a woman, Shivamma is doing well. In traditional Hindu thinking, Dalits are not quite human, lacking the right to enter the temple, read, or eat with members of other : Tim Stafford.Get this from a library!
Dalits and Christianity: subaltern religion and liberation theology in India. [Sathianathan Clarke] -- "Dalits and Christianity is a highly original contribution to Dalit Christian theology and breaks new ground by conceptually reimagining the relationship between Christianity.
Christianity is the most widely practiced religion in the world, with more than 2 billion followers. The Christian faith centers on beliefs regarding the birth, life, death and resurrection of.