By Selva J. Raj, Corinne G. Dempsey
Explores the lived event of Christianity in India.
Popular Christianity in India explores Indian Christianity as crafted and expressed via lived event, offering an incredible stability to at present to be had, mostly theological, stories. Drawing from many disciplines, this quantity finds the multifaceted terrain of fairs, rituals, saints, miracle staff, missionaries, and visionaries in Christian India, delivering an excellent glimpse of its richness and complexities.
The participants display the ways that neighborhood Christian traditions deftly problem assumed divisions and tool imbalances among East and West, Hindu and Christian, international and indigenous, and elite and native expressions. even if forging advanced non secular, caste, and nationwide identities, applying spiritual hybridity to advertise health, or saying autonomy inside of oppressive social and spiritual buildings, neighborhood Christianity offers a vital potential for its contributors to control their earthly wishes and needs