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BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION IN INDIA

Gordon Matties

Canadian Mennonite University

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Topics:

BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION IN INDIA

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, UNTOUCHABLES/DALITS

COMMUNALISM

COLONIALISM

ON THE GOSPEL OF JOHN



BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION IN INDIA (or somehow related to India). An incomplete selection of books and articles.

Abir, Peter A. “A Theology of Protest in the Book of Revelation,” Indian Theological Studies 33/1 (1996) 43-53.

________. “The Literary Character of 1 Samuel 17,” Indian Theological Studies 33/3 (1996) 249-59.

Abraham, M. V. “Good News to the Poor in Luke’s Gospel,” Bangalore Theological Forum 19/1 (1987) 1-13.

Amirtham, Samuel. “Prophecy and Politics in Jeremiah,” Bangalore Theological Forum 1/2 (1967) 1-22.

________. “To Be Near to and Far Away from Yahweh: The Witness of the Individual Psalms of Lament to the Concept of the Presence of God,” Bangalore Theological Forum 2/2 (1968) 31-56.

*Anthonysamy, S. J. “Christian Mission in the Context of Many Religions Today: A Biblical Perspective,” Indian Missiological Review 18/2 (1996) 9-19.

*Appasamy, A. J. Christianity as Bhakti Marga: A Study of the Johannine Doctrine of Love. Madras: CLS, 1930.

________. What is Moksa? A Study in the Johannine Doctrine of Love. Madras: CLS, 1931.

________. The Gospel and India’s Heritage. London: SPCK, 1942.

*Arasakumar, R. “Sin as Triple Alienation: Jer 9:1-10 in Ecological Perspective,” VJTR 59/7 (1995) 437-48.

*Bible Bhashyam issue 5/4 (1979) on Dhvani Interpretation.

*Bible Bhashyam 6/4 (1980) on Righeousness and Dharma, with articles by G. Soares-Prabhu, Matthew Vallanickal et al..

*Bible Bhashyam 10/1 (1984) on Biblical Interpretation and the Indian Context. Two articles photocopied.

Bible Bhashyam issue 11/1-2 (1985) on interpreting the Gospel of John in India. The issue also has articles on “Afterlife in the OT,” “Social Justice in Israel’s Law.”

Bible Bhashyam 16/4 (1990) Three articles on John’s Gospel.

Bible Bhashyam 19/3 (1993) issue on Ecology, including articles on the Psalms, Wisdom, Kingdom of God, John, etc.

*Boyd, R. H. S. “The Use of the Bible in Indian Christian Theology,” Indian Journal of Theology 22/4 (1973) 15-20

Bruns, J. Edgar. The Christian Buddhism of St. John: New Insight into the Fourth Gospel. New York: Paulist, 1971.

Carl, K. James. “Mysterion in the New Testament,” Bangalore Theological Forum 16/2 (1984) 119-39.

Carr, Dhyanchand. “Bible Interpretation,” National Christian Council Review 114/10 (1994) 802-814.

*Ceresko, Anthony R. “Commerce and Calculation: The Strategy of the Book of Qoheleth,” Indian Theological Studies 30/3 (1993) 205-219.

*________. “The Function of ‘Order’ (Sedeq) and ‘Creation’ in the Book of Proverbs with Some Implications for Today,” Indian Theological Studies 32/3 (1995) 208-236.

*Chembakasserry, J. “Johannine Concept of Believing and its Relevance in India,” Bible Bhashyam 11/1-2 (1985) 61-67.

*Chempakassery, Philip. “Dhvani (Implied) Meaning of the Parable of the Sower,” Indian Theological Studies 33/1 (1996) 5-16.

Clarke, Sathianathan. “Viewing the Bible through the Eyes and Ears of Subalterns in India,” Biblical Interpretation 10/3 (2002) 245-66.

Derrett, J. Duncan M. “The Samaritan Woman in India c AD 200 [Jn 4:1-42],” Zeitschrift fuer Religions- und Geistesgeschichte 39/4 (1987) 328-336.

*Devasahayam, V., ed. Dalits & Women: Quest for Humanity. Madras: Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute, 1992. (see section of ten Bible Studies by the editor).

*D’Sa, Thomas. “Exploiter Evangelized: Reflections Based on the Episode of Zacchaeus and Pastoral Practice,” VJTR 60/3 (1996) 194-206.

*Duraisingh, C. and C. Hargreaves, eds. India’s Search for Reality and the Relevance of the Gospel of John. Delhi: ISPCK, 1975. Contains sixteen articles on John

*Edanad, Antony. Christian Existence and the New Covenant. Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 1987.

Emmanuel, Victor. A Dalit Reading of the Good Samaritan.

Gnanavaram, M. “Dalit Theology and the Parable of the Good Samaritan,” JSNT 50 (1993) 59-83.

Hemraj, S. “Elihu’s ‘Missionary’ Role in Job 32-37,” Bible Bhashyam 6/1 (1980) 49-80.

Huber, Friedrich. “Towards an Applicability-Aimed Exegesis [and its implications for biblical studies in India],” Indian Journal of Theology 29 (1980) 133-48.

Jathanna, C. D. “The Covenant and Covenant Making in the Pentateuch,” Bangalore Theological Forum 3/1 (1969) 27-54.


Jeevadhara 21/122 (1991). Issue devoted to “Bible and Women’s Liberation.”

Jeevadhara 21/125 (1991). Issue devoted to “Religious Hermeneutics in the Post-Modern Age.”

*Jeevadhara 22/128 (1992). Issue devoted to “Biblical Reflections on Christian Dalits.”

*Jeevadhara 25/146 (1995). Issue devoted to Indian Interpretation of the Bible.

Jeevadhara 26/152 (1996). Issue devoted to Historical Jesus.

John, E. C. “Life and Death in Old Testament Research,” Bangalore Theological Forum 9/1 (1977) 13-27.

________. “Theological Research and the Churches in India: Old Testament,” Bangalore Theological Forum 10/1 (1978) 6-11.

________. “Israel and Inculturation: An Appraisal,” Jeevadhara 14 (1984) 87-94.

*John, M. P. “The Use of the Bible by Indian Christian Theologians,” Indian Journal of Theology 14/2 (1965) 43-51.

Johnson, P. J. “The Murmuring Tradition: A Paradigm for Every Age,” Indian Journal of Theology 38/1 (1996) 16-41.

Julian, A. K. “God’s Love in Deutero-Isaiah and in the Tiruvacakam,” in Theologizing in India, pp. 304-313.

Kalluveettil, Paul. “The Marginalizing Dialectics of the Bible,” Bible Bhashyam 11.4 (1985) 201-214.

*Kariamadam, Paul. “India and Luke’s Theology of the Way,” Bible Bhashyam 11/1-2 (1985) 47-60.

*Kavunkal, Jacob and F. Krangkhuma, eds. Bible and Mission in India Today. Bombay: St. Paul’s Press, 1993. [ATC] Includes articles by G. Soares-Prabhu on “Following Jesus in Mission: Reflections on Mission in the Gospel of Matthew,” and by Jacob Kavunkal on “Mission in the Fourth Gospel: Jesus the Sent One and the One Who Sends,” etc.

Kondothra, M. George, “Cross-Cultural Interpretation: Some Paradigms from the Early Church,” International Review of Mission 85/337 (1996) 217-226.

*Koonthanam, George. “An Indian Understanding of Prophet Amos Today,” Jeevadhara 12 (1982) 111-128.

________. “The Prophets and the Nations,” Jeevadhara 14 (1984) pp. ?.

*________. “Yahweh the Defender of the Dalits: A Reflection on Isaiah 3.12-15,” Jeevadhara 22/128 (1992) 112-123.

Kurichianil, John, OSB. “Bearing Witness to Jesus,” Bible Bhashyam 20/3 (1994) 191-200.

________. “To Bear Witness to Jesus Through One’s Life,” Bible Bhashyam 20/4 (1993) 256-66.

*Kuzhuvelil, Mathew V. “No Pooja but Prema, No Yajna but Iswara Jnana: An Indian Hermeneutics on the Book of Hosea,” Jeevadhara 12 (1982) 105-110.

*Legrand, Lucien. “Twenty Years of Biblical Renewal in India,” Vidyajyoti 47/10 (1983) 484-94.

________. “The Parables of Jesus Viewed from the Dekkan Plateau,” Indian Theological Studies 23/2 (1986) 154-70.

________. “The Missionary Command of the Risen Lord” [2 Parts], Indian Theological Studies 23/3 (1986) 290-309, and 24/1 (1987) 5-28.

________. “Gospel Spirituality,” Indian Theological Studies 26/3 (1989) 231-43.

________. “From Apostle to Pastor: St. Paul’s Pastoral Itinerary,” Indian Theological Studies 26/2 (1989) 152-70.

________. “The Angel Gabriel and Politics,” Indian Theological Studies 26/1 (1989) 1-21.

________. “The Good Shepherd in the Gospel of Mark,” Indian Theological Studies 29/3 (1992) 234-55.

________. “Angels’ Songs or Rachel’s Dirge: A Christmas Meditation,” Indian Theological Studies 29/4 (1992) 281-90.

________. “The Way of the Magi and the Way of the Shepherds: A Christmas Meditation,” Indian Theological Studies 30/4 (1993) 313-18.

________. “The Word Was Made Flesh: A Christmas Meditation,” Indian Theological Studies 31/4 (1994) 293-96.

________. “The Bible and the Religions of the Nations,” Indian Theological Studies 32/3 (1995) 193-207.

________. “Good News in the Shepherd’s Fields: A Christmas Meditation,” Indian Theological Studies 33/4 (1996) 356-66.

*Luke, K. “Righteousness, Dharma,” Bible Bhashyam 6/4 (1980) 311-34.

________. “The Patriarch Enoch,” Indian Theological Studies 23/2 (1986) 125-53.

________. “The Queen of Sheba (1 Kg 10:1-13),” Indian Theological Studies 23/3 (1986) 248-72.

________. “Esau’s Marriage,” Indian Theological Studies 25/2 (1988) 171-90.

________. “An Avestan Parallel to Genesis 3,” Indian Theological Studies 26/2 (1989) 134-51.

________. “The Seven Sages (Proverbs 26:16),” Indian Theological Studies 33/1 (1996) 54-67.

________. “Did Solomon Trade With India?” Indian Theological Studies 31/1 (1994) 1-25.

*Manikkam, Thomas. “Toward an Indian Hermeneutics of the Bible,” Jevadhara 12 (1982) 94-104.

Manus, Chris U. “Conversion Narratives in the Acts: A Study on Lucan Historiography,” Indian Theological Studies 22/2 (1985) 172-95.

*Mariaselvam, A. “The Cry of the Dalits: An Interpretation of Psalm 140,” Jeevadhara 22/128 (1992) 124-39.

Marcel, T. Bona. “Jacob at Jabbok (Gen 32:23-33),” Indian Theological Studies 29/3 (1992) 206-222.

Martin, M. S. “Liberating Spirituality,” Indian Theological Studies 26/3 (1989) 244-53.

*Mary, Corona. “Divinisation Through Grace: Understanding a Johannine Theme in the Light of Saiva-Siddhanta,” Jeevadhara 25/146 (1995) 161-72.

Massey, James. Towards a Dalit Hermeneutics: Rereading the Text, the History and the Literature. Delhi: ISPCK, 1994?.

Mathai, Varghese. “Paraclete and Johannine Christology,” Bible Bhashyam 22/3 (1996) 120-138.

*Mattam, Zacharias, S.D.B. Opening the Bible: Meeting Christ in the Scriptures. Bangalore: KJC Publications, 1988. See chap. 20, “’Dhvani’: An Indian Method of Interpretation of the Bible,” pp. 197-201.

Menezes, Rui de, S.J. “India and the Traditions of Israel,” in Theologizing in India, pp. 265-303.

*Mlakuzhyil, George. “Mission in the Gospel of John,” VJTR 57/5; 57/5 (1993) 257-68, 321-31.

Mulloor, Augustine, OCD. “The Blind, the Lame, and the Children in the Temple: Mt 21,14-17 as a Model of Action,” Bible Bhashyam 20/1 (1994) 29-41.

________. Jesus’ Prayer of Praise: A Study of Mt. 11:25-30 and its Communicative Function in the First Gospel. New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 1996.

Muthuraj, J. G. “Economic Scenarios of the New Testament Christianity: A Socio-Economic Reading of Luke-Acts,” Indian Journal of Theology 38/1 (1996) 49-59.

*Nellithanam, Susy and Ranjit. “Meditations on the ‘I Am’ Sayings of Jesus,” Jeevadhara 21/123 (1991) 232-45. [Poems]

Nwosu, L. Ugwuanya. “The Nations and the Sons of God in Deuteronomy 32: Perspectives on Evangelical Strategies in Non-Monotheistic Cultures,” Bible Bhashyam 22/1 (1996) 22-43.

*Owan, Kris J. N. “The Magnificat and the Empowerment of the Poor: A Theological Reflection on Lk 1:46-55 in the Context of Contemporary Church Social Teaching on Justice and Peace,” VJTR 59 (1995) 647-62.

*Pathrapankal, J. Critical and Creative: Studies in Bible and Theology. Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 1986.

*________. “The Way to the Kingdom of God: A Semiotic Reading of a Markan Pericope (Mk 10:2-16),” Jeevadhara 25/146 (1995) 103-122.

Penumaka, Moses Paul Peter. “Easter and the Dalits: ‘Why Do You Seek the Living among the Dead?’” VJTR 58/5 (1994) 292-97.

Perumbalath, John. “Biblical Hermeneutics: Some Insights from the Use of Scripture in the Fourth Gospel,” Indian Journal of Theology 36/1 (1994) 46-52.

*Peter, C. B. “In Defence of Existence: A Comparison Between Ecclesiastes and Albert Camus,” Bangalore Theological Forum 12/1 (1980) 26-43.

Premnath, D. N. “Recent Developments in Biblical Studies,” Bangalore Theological Forum 20/3 (1988) 1-7.

________. “Biblical Interpretation in India: History and Issues,” Paper presented at the Society of Biblical Literature Convention, Philadelphia, 1995.

Raja, R. J., S.J. Articles on Luke and other gospels:

*________. “The Gospels with an Indian Face,” VJTR 55/2; 55/3 (1991) 61-72, 121-41.

________. VJTR 56 (1992) 531-533.

*________. “Seeking God, Sought by God: A Dhvani-Reading of the Episode of Zacchaeus (Luke 19:10),” Jeevadhara 25 (1995) 139-148.

*________. “Rich Towards God: Bhakti in the Gospel of Luke” (3 parts), VJTR 59/4 (1995) 233-40; 59/5 (1995) 280-89; 59/6 (1995) 389-99.

*________. Eco-Spirituality. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1997.

*Raja, A. Maria Arul, S.J. “The Authority of Jesus: A Dalit Reading of Mk 11:27-33,” Jeevadhara 25/146 (1995) 123-38.

*________. “Towards a Dalit Reading of the Bible: Some Hermeneutical Reflections,” Jeevadhara 26/151 (1996) 29-34.

*________. “Some Reflections on a Dalit Reading of the Bible,” Indian Theological Studies 33/3 (1996) 249-59.

*________. “Exorcism and the Dalit Self-Affirmation: A Reinterpretation of Mk 5:1-20,” VJTR 60/12 (1996) 843-51.

*________. “Assertion of the Periphery: Some Biblical Paradigms,” Jeevadhara 27/157 (1997) 25-35.

*________. “Exorcism and the Dalit Self-Affirmation: A Reinterpretation of Mark 5:1-20,” Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 60 (1996) 843-51.

*Rao, O. M. Twelve Johannine Studies. Indian Theological Library. Senate of Serampore College, 1989.

________. Let My People Go. Delhi: ISPCK, 1991.

Ravindra, Ravi. The Yoga of Christ in the Gospel According to St. John. Longmead, Shaftesbury, Dorset, Great Britain: Element Books, 1990.

*Rayan, Samuel, S.J. “Jesus and the Poor in the Fourth Gospel,” Bible Bhashyam 4/3 (1978) 213-228.

*________. The Anger of God. Bombay: Bombay Urban Industrial League for Development, n.d.

*________. “People’s Theology,” Jeevadhara 22/129 (1992) 175-202.

*________. “Five Girls Ask, Why? and a Woman Says, No!: The Revolution of Mahlah, Hoah, Hoglah, Milcah and Tirzah, and of Queen Vashti,” VJTR 57/5 (1993) 306-313.

Samuel, S. Johnson. “Paul on the Areopagus: A Mission Perspective,” Bangalore Theological Forum 18/1 (1986) 17-32.

________. “Neither on This Mountain Nor in Jerusalem: The Johannine Understanding of Worship,” Bangalore Theological Forum 19/2 (1987) 121-29.

________. “Communalism or Commonalism: A Study of Matthew’s Account of Jesus’ Baptism (3:13-17),” Indian Theological Studies 25/4 (1988) 334-47.

________. “The Johannine Perspective on Mission in Christ’s Praxis,” Bangalore Theological Forum 20/3 (1988) 3-16.

*Samuel, Simon. “The Kairos of the Galilaioi: An Indian Liberationist Reading of John 1-7,”Jeevadhara 25/146 (1995) 149-60.

*Selvanayagam, Israel, ed. Biblical Insights on Inter-Faith Dialogue. Bangalore: The Board for Theological Text-books Programme for South Asia, 1995.

Smith-Christopher, Daniel L. “Gandhi on Daniel 6: Some Thoughts on a ‘Cultural Exegesis’ of the Bible,” Biblical Interpretation 1/3 (1993) 321-38.

*Soares-Prabhu, George. “Good News to the Poor: The Social Implications of the Mesage of Jesus,” Bible Bhashyam 4/3 (1978) 193-212. Updated and published in ICSNS, 609-26.

*________. “And There Was a Great Calm: A ‘Dhvani’ Reading of the Stilling of the Storm (Mk 4, 35-41),” Bible Bhashyam 5 (1979) 295-308.

*________. “The Kingdom of God: Jesus’ Vision of a New Society,” in The Indian Church in the Struggle for a New Society, pp. 579-608. Edited by D. S. Amalorpavadass. Bangalore: National Biblical Catechetical and Liturgical Centre, 1981.

________, “Towards an Indian Interpretation of the Bible,” Biblebhashyam 6 (1980) 151-70. A longer version is published in Theologizing in India.

*________. “The Dharma of Jesus: An Interpretation of the Sermon on the Mount,” Bible Bhashyam 6/4 (1980) 358-81.

*________. “The Historical Critical Method: Reflections on its Relevance for the Study of the Gospels in India Today,” in Theologizing in India, pp. 314-67. Edited by M. Amaladoss et al. Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, 1981.

*________. “The Christian Purusarthas: Meaning and Goals of Life in Jesus’ Teaching,” Jeevadhara 12 (1982) 69-86.

________. “Interpreting the Bible in India Today,” The Way, Supplement 72 (1991) 70-80.

*________. “Editorial: Biblical Reflections on Christian Dalits,” Jeevadhara 22/128 (1992) 92-94.

*________. “The Table Fellowship of Jesus: Its Significance for Dalit Christians in India Today,” Jeevadhara 22/128 (1992) 140-159.

*________. “Christian Priesthood in India Today: A Biblical Reflection,” Vidyajyoti 56 (1992) 61-88.

________. “Two Mission Commands: An Interpretation of Matthew 28:16-20 in the Light of a Buddhist Text,” Biblical Interpretation 2/3 (1993) 265-82.

________. “Anti-Greed and Anti Pride,” Jeevadhara 24/140 (1994) 130-150.

*________. “Editorial (Indian Interpretations of the Bible),” Jeevadhara 25/146 (1995) 100-104.

*Spindler, M. R. “The Biblical Factor in Asian Theology,” Exchange 11/32-33 (1982)

*________. “Recent Indian Studies of the Gospel of John: Puzzling Contextualization,” Exchange 9/25 (1980) 1-48.

Therukattil, George. “Conscience, Voice of the Voiceless,” Indian Theological Studies 24/1 (1987) 41-68.

________. “Towards a Biblical Eco-Theology,” Jeevadhara 21/126 (1991) 465-83.

*Thomas, M. M. and M. Thomas Thangaraj. The Bible in Today’s Context. Senate of Serampore College, 1987.

Ukpong, Justin S. “The Problem of the Gentile Mission in Matthew’s Gospel,” VJTR 59/7 (1995) 437-48.

Van Exem, A., S.J. “The Gospel to the Sarna Tribal,” [on Matthew] Bible Bhashyam 17/4 (1991) 242-60.

Vellanickal, M. The Divine Sonship of the Christians in the Johannine Writings. AnBib 72. Rome: 1972.

________. “Jesus: The Bread of Life,” Bible Bhashyam 4/1 (1978) 30-48.

*________. “Drink from the Source of the Living Water: A ‘Dhvani’ Interpretation of the Dialogue between Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (Jn 4:4-26),” Bible Bhashyam 5 (1979) 309-18.

*________. “The Johannine Concept of Righteousness or Dharma,” Bible Bhashyam 6/4 (1980) 382-94.

*________. “The Society of the Future According to the Book of Revelation,” in ICSNS, pp. 689-701.

*________. “Understanding the Gospel of John in India,” in Theologizing in India, pp. 368-80.

*________. “The Gospel of John in the Indian Context,” Bible Bhashyam 10/1 (1984) 37-53.

*________. “St. John and the Advaitic Experience of the Upanishads,” Bible Bhashyam 11/1-2 (1985) 68-74.

*________. Studies in the Gospel of John. [ATC]

Xavier, Aloysius. “Thomas in the Fourth Gospel,” Indian Theological Studies 30/1 (1993) 18-28.

________. “Andrew in the Fourth Gospel: First Disciple of Jesus,” Indian Theological Studies 33/2 (1996) 139-46.

________. “Judas Iscariot in the Fourth Gospel: A Paradigm of Lost Discipleship,” Indian Theological Studies 32/3 (1995) 250-58.

author?, “The Spiritual Vision of St. John and the Bhagavadgita,” Bible Bhashyam 11/1-2 (1985) 95-106.

CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT
*Balasundaram, Contemporary Asian Christian Theology [ATC]

*________. EATWOT in Asia. [ATC]

Dyrness, William A. Learning About Theology from the Third World. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1990.

Stults, Donald Leroy. Developing an Asian Evangelical Theology. Manila: OMF Literature Inc., 1989.


CHRISTIANITY AND THEOLOGY IN A DALIT CONTEXT

*Aleaz, K. P. “The Convergence of Dalit and Advaitic Theologies: An Exploration,” Indian Journal of Theology 36/1 (1994) 97-108.

Arulaja, M. R. Jesus the Dalit: Liberation Theology by Victims of Untouchability, an Indian Version of Apartheid. Hyderabad: Volunteer Centre, 1996.

Ayrookuzhiel, Abraham, ed. The Dalit Desiyata. Delhi: ISPCK for CISRS, 1990.

Azariah, M. The Un-Christian Side of the Indian Church: The Plight of the Untouchable Converts. Bangalore: Dalit Sahitya Akademy, 1985.

________. “The Church’s Concern for ‘Dalit’ Christians,” National Christian Council Review 106/9 (1986) 546-55 (reprinted from South Indian Churchman).

*Balasundaram, Dalits and Christian Mission. [ATC]

Clarke, Sathianathan. Dalits and Christianity: Subaltern Religion and Liberation Theology in India. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998.

“Dalit is Dignified.” A Report on the first National Conference of Christian Dalits. National Christian Council Review 105/6 (1985) 311-14. With listing of presenters.

*Devasahayam, V., ed. Dalits & Women: Quest for Humanity. Madras: Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute, 1992. (see section of Bible Studies).

*Dyvasinvadam, Govada. “Doing Theology with God’s Purpose in India in the Context of the Dalit Struggle for a Fuller Humanity,” ATESEA Occasional Papers, No. 10, Doing Theology With God’s Purpose in Asia, pp. 104-110. Yeow Choo Lak, ed. Singapore: The Association for Theological Education in South East Asia, 1990.

*Editorial Board. “Editorial: We Are Amazed...” VJTR 60/1 (1996) 3-7.

Forrester, Duncan B. Caste and Christianity: Attitudes and Policies on Caste of Anglo-Saxon Protestant Missions in India. London Studies on South Asia 1. London and Dublin: Curzon Press; Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1979.

Irudayaraj, Xavier, ed. Emerging Dalit Theology. 1990.

John, T. K. “Some Major Concerns of Christian Dalits,” National Christian Council Review 106/9 (1986) 534-45.

Joseph, Ipe. “Editorial: The Dalit Struggle,” National Christian Council Review 112/8 (1992) 495-502.

Kananaiki, Jose. “Scheduled Caste Converts in Search of Justice,” National Christian Council Review 106/9 (1986) 556-63.

Larbeer, P. Mohan. “The Spirit of Truth and Dalit Literature,” National Christian Council Review 110/10 (1990) 640-51.

Massey, James. Roots of Dalit History, Christianity, Theology and Spirituality. Delhi: ISPCK, 1996.

Massey, James, ed. Indigenous People: Dalits--Dalit Issues in Today’s Theological Debate. Delhi: ISPCK, 1994.

________. “The Role of Partner Churches in the Whole Dalit Issue,” National Christian Council Review 112/8 (1992) 503-512.

*Michael, S. M. “The Cultural Context of the Rise of Hindutva and Dalits Forces,” Vidyajyoti 60/5 (1996) 294-310.

National Christian Council Review 111/11 (1991) Devoted to Dalit Issues. Pp. 1413-1446.

National Christian Council Review 106/9 (1986) Devoted to Dalit Issues.

“National Convention of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes,” National Christian Council Review 112/8 (1992) 519-29.

*Nirmal, A., ed. Towards a Common Dalit Ideology. Madras: Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute,, n.d.

*________, ed. A Reader in Dalit Theology. Madras: Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute,, n.d.

*Nirmal, Arvind. Heuristic Explorations. Madras: Christian Literature Society, 1990.

Parratt, John. “Recent Writing on Dalit Theology: A Bibliographical Essay,” International Review of Mission 83 (1994) 329-37.

*Patmury, Joseph, ed. Doing Theology with the Poetic Traditions of India: Focus on Dalit and Tribal Poems. Bangalore: PTCA/SATHRI, 1996.

*Pinto, Ambrose, S.J. Dalit Christians: A Socio-Economic Survey. Bangalore: Ashirvad Centre for Non-Formal and Continuing Education, 1992. (30 St. Mark’s Road, Bangalore 560 001). [ATC]

Prabhakar, M. E., ed. Towards a Dalit Theology. Delhi: ISPCK, 1988.

*________. Liberty to the Captives. Deenapur, Guntur, Andra Pradesh, India: Dalit Open University, 1987.

*Prasad, D. Manohar Chandra. Dalit Christian Consciousness. Bangalore: Rachana Publications, 1994.

________. Broken God, Broken People: The Plight of Dalit Christians. Bangalore: Rachana Publications, 1996.

*Raj, Antony. “The Dalit Christian Reality in Tamilnadu,” Jeevadhara 22/128 (1992) 95-111.

Raj, V. Manuel. A Santal Theology of Liberation. New Delhi: Uppal Publishing House, 1990.

Rajshekar, V. T. Christians and Dalit Liberation. Bangalore: Dalit Sahitya Akademy, 1987. (109, 7th Cross, Palace Lower Orchards, Bangalore 560 003).

*Rayan, Samuel. “People’s Theology,” Jeevadhara 22/129 (192) 175-202.

Zechariah, Mathai. “Editorial: The Emerging Dalit Theology,” National Christian Council Review 106/9 (1986) 531-33.
CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY AND ETHICS IN INDIA (including Gospel & Culture)
Abesamis, Carlos H. “The Contextual and Universal Dimensions of Christian Theology: A New Testament Perspective,” Bangalore Theological Forum 24/3-4 (1992) 16-23. From the Philippines.

*Abraham, K. C. Third World Theologies: Commonalities and Divergences. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1990 (Published in India by EATWOT and CSS).

*________. “Re-interpretation of Christian Tradition in Contemporary India,” Jeevadhara 26/151 (1996) 35-44.

________. “Reinterpretation of Christian Tradition in Contemporary India, Asia Journal of Theology 9/2 (1995) 263-74.

Aleaz, K. P. “Gospel and Culture: Some Indian Reflections,” Indian Journal of Theology 36/2 (1994) 54-70 (article to be continued).

________. Dimensions of Indian Religion: Study, Experience and Interaction. Calcutta: Punthi Pustak, 1995.

________. Christian Thought Through Advaita Vedanta (accents). Delhi: ISPCK, 1996.

________. An Indian Jesus from Sankara’s Thought (accents on S and n). Calcutta: Punthi Pustak, 1997.

*Amaladoss, M. Becoming Indian: The Process of Inculturation. Rome: Centre for Indian and Inter-religious Studies; Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 1992.

*________. “An Emerging Indian Theology: Some Exploratory Reflections,” VJTR 58/8-9 (1994) 473-84, 559-72.

Amaladoss, M., T. K. John, and G. Gispert-Sauch, eds. Theologizing in India. Selection of Papers presented at the Seminar held in Poona on October 26-30, 1978. Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, 1981. []

Amalorpavadass, D. S., ed. The Indian Church in the Struggle for a New Society. Bangalore: National Biblical Catechetical and Liturgical Centre, 1981.

*Amalorpavadass, D. S. Gospel and Culture: Evangelization and Inculturation. Mission Theology for Our Times, 11. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1978.

________. “Towards a Theology of Peace: An Indian Approach, Understanding and Experience of Peace,” Indian Theological Studies 26/3 (1989) 195-218.

________. “Theological Reflections on Inculturation,” Indian Theological Studies 27/3-4 (1990) 217-272.

*Appasamy, A. J. Christianity as Bakhti Marga. McMillan, 1927.

________. The Gospel and India’s Heritage. SPCK, 1942.

*Arockiadoss, P. “Ambedkar’s Theological Significance,” VJTR 58/8 (1994) 508-11.

Arulsamy, S. “Liberation Theology in India,” Indian Theological Studies 22/3 (1985) 266-88.

Azariah, M. Mission in Christ’s Way in India Today. Madras: The Christian Literature Society, 1989.

Babu, Jeevan. Gospel and Culture: An Indian Encounter. Delhi: ISPCK, 1996.

Balasuriya, Tissa. “Issues in the Relationship Between the Contextual and Universal Dimensions of Christian Theology,” Bangalore Theological Forum 24/3-4 (1992) 24-38.

*Boyd, R. H. S. An Introduction to Indian Christian Theology. Madras: Christian Literature Society, 1969.

*________. “The Shape of Indian Christian Theology,” Indian Journal of Theology 22/4 (1973) 15-20.

Caplan, Lionel. Religion and Power: Essays on the Christian Community in Madras. Madras: The Christian Literature Society, 1989.

*Chethimattam, John B., C.M.I. “Problems of an Indian Christian Theology: A Critique of Indian Theologizing,” in Theologizing in India, pp. 195-207. Edited by M. Amaladoss, T. K. John, and G. Gispert-Sauch. Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, 1981.

Clarke, Sathianathan. “Re-doing Indian Theology: Reflections from a Rural Parish,” Bangalore Theological Forum 18/2-3 (1986) 125-36.

Clooney, Francis X., S.J. Seeing Through Texts: Doing Theology among the Śrivais*n*avas of South India. SUNY Press.

Das, Somen. “A General Survey of Asian Christian Theology,” Bangalore Theological Forum 20/4 (1988) 1-23. Has a section on the use of the Bible in Asian Theology: Song and Koyama.

________. Christian Ethics and Indian Ethos. Delhi: ISPCK, 1989. Has chapters on “Alienation and Struggle of the Dalits,” “The Issue of Communalism,” etc.

DeSmet, Richard, S.J. “Towards a Real-Life Indian Theology. 2. The Advaita of Christianity,” VJTR 59/6 91995) 405-409.

*Desrocher, John. Christ the Liberator. [ATC]

*D’Sa, Francis X. “Dhvani as a Method of Interpretation,” Bible Bhashyam 5 (1979) 276-94.

*Francis, T. Dayanandan, ed. The Christian Bhakti of A. J. Appasamy (A Collection of His Writings). Madras: CLS, 1992.

Dayanandan, Francis T. and Franklyn J. Balasundaram, eds. Asian Expressions of Christian Commitment. Madras: CLS, 1992.

Jathanna, O. V. “Indian Christian Theology: Methodological Reflections,” Bangalore Theological Forum 18/2-3 (1986) 59-74.

John, T. K., ed. Bread and Breath: Essays in Honour of Samuel Rayan, S. J.. Delhi: Vidyajyoti, 1991.

*Klostermaier, Klaus K. Indian Theology in Dialogue. Madras: CLS, 1986.

Kondothra, M. George. “Cross-Cultural Interpretation: Some Paradigms from the Early Church,” International Review of Mission 85/337 (1996) 217-226.

Keitzar, Renthy, ed. Good News for North East India: A Theological Reader. Panbazar, Guwahati, Assam: The Christian Literature Centre, 1995. (includes three Bible studies).

*Luke, K. “’Buddhavacanam,’ The Word of the Buddha,” Bible Bhashyam 11/1-2 (1985) 75-92.

*Mookenthottam, Anthony. Towards a Theology in the Indian Context. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 1980. See chapter “Truth and Reality in the Bible.” [ATC]

Newbigin, Lesslie. “Salvation, the New Humanity and Cultural-Communal Solidarity,” Bangalore Theological Forum 5/2 (1973) 1-11.

Panikkar, Raimundo. The Unknown Christ of Hinduism. Revised and Enlarged Edition. London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1981.

*________. A Dwelling Place for Wisdom. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1995 (originally published in German in 1991).

________. Invisible Harmony: Essays on Contemplation and Responsibility. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1995.

*Parappally, Emerging Trends in Indian Christology. [ATC]

________. “Catholic Attempt to Interpret Christ in India: Christological Approach of Brahmabandhav Upadhyaya,” Indian Journal of Spirituality 8/2 (1995) 204-30.

________. “The Indian Context of Christological Reflection,” Indian Journal of Spirituality 8/3 (1995) 361-412.

Parrinder, Geoffrey. Avatar and Incarnation: A Comparison of Indian and Christian Beliefs. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982. First Published by Faber and Faber, 1970.

*Pieris, Aloysius, S.J. “Prophetic Humour and the Exposure of Demons: Christian Hope in the Light of a Buddhist Exorcism,” VJTR 60 (1996) 311-22.

Puthanangady, Paul, ed. Towards an Indian Theology of Liberation. Bangalore: Indian Theological Association and National Biblical Catechetical and Liturgical Centre, 1986. (The Statement Papers and the Proceedings of the Nineth Annual Meeting of the Indian Theological Association, Madras, Dec. 28-30, 1985. Includes assay on Dalit struggle, and S. Kappan, “Towards an Indian Theology of Liberation,” pp. 301-318.

*Puthanangady, Paul, ed. Reign of God: Report of the South Asian Workshop on Reign of God. Bangalore: NBCLC, 1990.

*Puthanangady, Paul, ed. Emerging India and the Word of God. Bangalore: National Biblical Catechetical and Liturgical Centre, 1991.

Rajasekaran, V. C. Reflections on Indian Christian Theology. Madras: CLS, 1995.

Rao, R. R. Sundara. Bhakti Theology in the Telegu Hymnal. Confessing the Faith in India Series, 16. Madras: Christian Literature Society, 1983. []

Samartha, Stanley J. The Search for a New Hermeneutic in Asian Theology. Madras: The Christian Literature Society, 1987 (excerpt pp. 1-14, 45-50 published in Sugirtharajah, Voices).

*________. One Christ--Many Religions: Toward a Revised Christology Maryknoll: Orbis, 1991. (see chapter 5 on Scriptures). [ATC]

Shiri, Godwin. Christian Social Thought in India 1962-1977. Madras: CISRS/CLS, 1982.

Soares-Prabhu, George. “From Alienation to Inculturation: Some Reflections on Doing Theology in India Today,” in Bread and Breath: Essays in Honour of Samuel Rayan, S. J. (Jesuit Theological Forum Reflections 5), pp. 55-99. Edited by T. K. John. Anand, Gujarat, India: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1991.

Staffner, Hans, S.J. The Significance of Jesus Christ in Asia. Anand, Gujarat, India: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1985.

________. Jesus Christ and the Hindu Community. Anand, Gujarat, India: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1988.

Sugirtharajah, R. S. and Cecil Hargreaves, eds. Readings in Indian Christian Theology. Volume 1. London: SPCK, 1993. []

Sugirtharajah, R. S., ed. Frontiers in Asian Christian Theology: Emerging Trends. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1994.

Sumithra, Sunand. Christian Theology From an Indian Perspective. Bangalore: Theological Book Trust, 1990. []

________. Holy Father: A Doxological Approach to Systematic Theology. Bangalore: Theological Book Trust, 1993.

Thangaraj, M. Thomas. The Crucified Guru: An Experiment in Cross-Cultural Christology. Nashville: Abingdon, 1994.

Thomas, M. M. and P. T. Thomas. Towards an Indian Christian Theology: Life and Thought of Some Pioneers. Tiruvalla: The New Day Publications, 1992.

Vekathanam, Matthew. Christology in the Indian Anthropological Context: Man-History-Christ: Christ, the Mystery of Man and of the Human History. An Evaluative Encounter with Karl Rahner and Wolfhart Pannenberg. European University Studies, Series XXIII, Theology, Vol. 287. Frankfurt, Bern, New York: Peter Lang, 1986.

Wilfred, Felix. “The Liberation Process in India and the Church’s Participation,” Indian Theological Studies 25/4 (1988) 301-33.

*Wolters, Heilke T. Theology of Prophetic Participation: M. M. Thomas’ Concept of Salvation and the Collective Struggle for Fuller Humanity in India. Delhi: ISPCK, 1996.

World Council of Churches. “On Intercultural Hermeneutics: Report of a WCC Consultation, Jerusalem, December, 1995,” International Review of Mission 85/337 (1996) 241-52.

CHRISTOLOGY
*Amaladoss, Michael, S.J. “’Who Do You Say that I Am?’ Speaking of Jesus in India Today,” VJTR 60/12 (1996) 782-794.

Pope-Levinson, Priscilla and John R. Levinson. Jesus in Global Contexts. Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox, 1992.

Sugirtharajah, R. S., ed. Asian Faces of Jesus. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1995.?
CHRISTIAN HISTORY IN INDIA
Moffett, Samuel Hugh. A History of Christianity in Asia: Volume I: Beginnings to 1500. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 1992.

Padinjarekuttu, Isaac. The Missionary Movement of the 19th and 20th Centuries and its Encounter with India: A Historico-Theological Investigation with Three Case Studies. European University Studies, Series 23, Theology, Vol. 527. Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, New York: Peter Lang, 1995.

Webster, John C. B. The Dalit Christian: A History. Delhi: ISPCK, 1994.

Wiebe, Paul. Book on Christians in Andra Pradesh.

Wolpert, Stanley. A New History of India. 4th ed. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993
HERMENEUTICS AND PHILOSOPHY IN THE INDIAN CONTEXT

Abraham, M. V. “The Specificity of Christian Hermeneutics,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 243-49.

*Amaladass, Anand, ed. Christian Contribution to Indian Philosophy. Madras: CLS, 1995. Several essays: A. Amaladass, “Poetic Quest for Truth and Dhvani Mode of Communication,” pp. 1-16; Francis D.Sa, “Tradition of Texts and Texts of Tradition: A hermeneutical Reflection on Text and Tradition,” pp. 69-117; F. Wilfred, pp. 263-?

*Amaladoss, Anand. “Dhvani Theory in Sanskrit Poetics,” Bible Bhashyam 5 (1979) 261-75.

________. “Dhvani Theory and the Interpretation of Scriptures,” Adyar Bulletin 54 (1990) 68-98.

*________. “Dhvani Method of Interpretation and Biblical Hermeneutics,” Indian Theological Studies 31/3 (1994) 199-217.

Chethimattam, John B., CMI. “Philosophical Hermeneutics,” Journal of Dharma 5/1 (1980) 64-79.

________. Experience and Philosophy. Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 1996.

*Collison, J. G. F. “Issues in the History of Biblical Hermeneutics: A Protestant Perspective,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 212-35.

*D’Sa, Francis X. “Christian Scriptures and Other Scriptures: Thesis Toward a Study of the Significance of Scripture,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 236-42.

*Dubey, S. P. “Hermeneutics and Śan*kara,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 166-74.

*Duraisingh, Christopher. “Reflection on Theological Hermeneutics in the Indian Context,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 259-78.

*George, K. M. “An Oriental Orthodox Approach to Hermeneutics,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 203-211.

*Gregorios, Paul. “Hermeneutics in India Today in the Light of the World Debate,” Indian Journal of Theology 28 (1979) 1-14.

*________. “The Hermeneutical Discussion in India Today,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 153-55. Editorial of the entire issue devoted to the subject.

*________. “Issues in the Hermeneutical Discussion in the West: Some Notes,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 156-65.

*Indian Journal of Theology 31 (1982). Issue devoted to Hermeneutics, including Group Reports on pp. 279-92.

*John, T. K., S.J. “Today’s India and Its Religions,” VJTR 60/1 (1996) 12-30.

Journal of Dharma 5/1 (1980). Issue devoted to Hermeneutics.

*Kattackal, Jacob. “Holy Scripture in the Indian Religious Thought,” Bible Bhashyam 10/1 (1984) 25-36.

*Keitzar, Renthy. “Tribal Perspective in Biblical Hermeneutics Today,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 293-313.

Küster, Volker. “Models of Contextual Hermeneutics: Liberation and Feminist Theological Approaches Compared,” Exchange 23/2 (1994) 149-162.

*Legrand, L. “Issues in the Roman Catholic Approach to Biblical Hermeneutics Today,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 192-202.

*Nirmal, Arvind P. “Hermeneutics in the Indian Context: The Knowing Process and the Interpreting Process: Hermeneutics in the Perspective of M. Polanyi’s ‘Personal Knowledge,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 182-91. Also published in Heuristic Explorations (1991), chapter 4.

Panikkar, Raimundo. “Hermeneutics of Comparative Religion: Paradigms and Models,” Journal of Dharma 5/1 (1980) 38-51.

Robinson, Robert B. “Interpretation in a New Key: Intrinsic Criticism of the Bible,” Bangalore Theological Forum 25/4 and 26/1 (1993-94) 51-64.

Robinson, Gnana. “Liberated Bible, Liberative Scripture,” National Council of Churches Review 114/9 (1994) 744-52.

*Roy, J. L. “Primal Vision and Hermeneutics in North-East India: A Protestant Tribal View,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 314-22.

Samartha, S. J. “Religion, Language and Reality: Towards a Relational Hermeneutics,” Biblical Interpretation 2/3 (1994) 340-362.

*Samuel, V. C. “Tradition, Community and Hermeneutics,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 250-58.

Sugirtharajah, R. S. “From Orientalist to Post-Colonial: Notes on Reading Practices,” Asia Journal of Theology 10/1 (1996) 20-27.

________. “The Bible and its Asian Readers,” Biblical Interpretation 1/1 (1993) 54-66.

________. “Introduction, and Some Thoughts on Asian Biblical Hermeneutics,” Biblical Interpretation 2/3 (1994) 251-63.

*Tennent, Timothy C. “Ethnicity and the Sanskritic Tradition,” VJTR 61 (1997) 179-86.

*Tiwari, Y. D. and K. P. Aleaz. “Modern Hindu Interpretation of the Scriptures: Swami Dayānand Sarasvati and S. Radhakrishnan,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 175-81.

*Wilfred, Felix. “Towards a Subaltern Hermeneutics: Beyond the Contemporary Polarities in the Interpretation of Religious Traditions,” Jeevadhara 26/151 (1996) 45-62.

*Wilson, H. S. “Findings of the Theological Consultation on Primal Vision and Hermeneutics in North-East India,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/3-4 (1982) 323-27.
OTHER RELIGIONS, DIALOGUE, MISSION, AND THE UNIQUENESS OF CHRIST
Amaladoss, M., S.J. “Other Scriptures and the Christian,” Indian Theological Studies 22/1 (1985) 62-78. He cites (n. 28) an unpublished essay by Soares-Prabhu, “Commitment and Conversion: A Biblical Hermeneutic for India Today.”

________. Making All Things New: Mission in Dialogue. Jesuit Theological Forum, Reflections 4. Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1990. See the discussion by Hans Staffner and response by Amaladoss in “Are All Religions Really Equal?” VJTR 55 (1991) 37-45.

*________. “Mission in a Post-Modern World: A Call to be Counter-Cultural,” VJTR 60/9 (1996) 659-81.

Francis, T. Dayanandan and Israel Selvanayagam, eds. Many Voices in Christian Mission: Essays in Honour of J. E. Lesslie Newbigin. Madras: Christian Literature Society, 1994.

Fernando, Ajith. The Supremacy of Christ. Bangalore: Theological Book Trust, 1996.

*Gnanakan, Ken. The Pluralistic Predicament. Theological Issues Series, No. 1. Bangalore: Theological Book Trust, 1992.

Ishanand, Bandhu. “Individualistic Hinduism versus Altruistic Christianity,” Indian Theological Studies 25/2 (1988) 134-70.

*Kuttianimattathil, Jose. “Elements of the Emerging Trends in the Christian Understanding of Other Religions,” VJTR 59 (1995) 281-89.

*Legrand, L. “The Bible and the Relgions of the Nations,” Indian Theological Studies 32/3 (1995) 193-207.

________. Unity and Plurality: Mission in the Bible. Maryknoll: Orbis, ?.

Phan, Peter C. “The Claim of Uniqueness and Universality in Interreligious Dialogue,” Indian Theological Studies 31/1 (1994) 44-66.

*________. “Christian Mission in Contemporary Theology,” Indian Theological Studies 31/4 (1994) 297-347.

*Ramachandra, Vinoth. The Recovery of Mission: Beyond the Pluralist Paradigm. Delhi: ISPCK; Carlisle: Paternoster, 1996.

________. Gods that Fail. Carlisle: Paternoster, 1996.

*Selvanayagam, Israel. The Dynamics of Hindu Traditions: The Teape Lectures on Sacrifice, Gita and Dialogue. Bangalore: Asia Trading Corporation, 1996. [ATC]

*Selvanayagam, Israel, ed. The Multi-Faith Context of India: Resources and Challenges for Christians. Bangalore: The Board for Theological Text Books Programme, 1993.

Selvanayagam, Israel. A Dialogue on Dialogue: Reflections on Interfaith Encounters. Madras: The Christian Literature Society, 1995. See chapter 8 on an approach to the Bible.

Tilander, Bror. Christian and Hindu Terminology: A Study in Their Mutual Relations with Special Reference to the Tamil Area. Uppsala: Almqvist and Wiksell, 1974.

Scott, David C. “Forest and Village: Popular Hindu-Christian Encounter,” Hindu-Christian Studies Bulletin 9 (1996) 36-41.

Thomas, M. M. Many books and articles.

________. “Christology and Pluralistic Consciousness,” International Bulletin of Missionary Research. Some time before 1987.
ART AND CHRISTIANITY
Barboza, Francis Peter. Christianity in Indian Dance Forms. Sri Garib Dass Oriental Series 114. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, a division of Indian Books Centre, 1990.

Hoeffer, E., ed. Christian Art in India. Madras: Gurukul, 1982.

Sahi, Jyoti. “The Second Coming,” Word and Worship 5/9 (1972)

________. Stepping Stones: Reflections on the Theology of Indian Christian Culture. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 1986.

*________. “Trends of Indigenization and Social Justice in Indian Christian Art,” Indian Journal of Theology 31/2 (1982) 89-95.

Some of the following articles are photocopied in a collection at UTC library “Collected Articles on Indian Christian Art” Call Number 246.08 S131C. Unfortunately, some of the copies are very light. Not all the articles do not indicate an original source.

________. “Communicating the Gospel Through Indian Art,”

________. “The Place of Art in the Process of Inculturation: An Indian Perspective,”

________. “Interfaith Dialogue and Communal Peace through Arts,”

________. “Artistic Image in the Indian Yogic Quest,”

________. “Religious Creativity in Indian Christian Art,”

________. “Prayer and Indian Art,”

________. “An Artist Looks at the Fourth Gospel,”

________. “A Comparison Between the Johannine Structure of Image Sign and the Buddhist-Hindu Mandala,”

________. “’The Glory of God is Man Fully Alive’: Christian Art and the Image of God in the Human Person,” Religion and Society 34/4 (1987) 3-13.

________. A Series of articles in Word and Worship beginning from 1991.

See International Review of Mission LXXVIX/315 (1990) with articles on Jyoti’s work: Anand Veeraraj, “God is Green, and Harm to Haram.”
CASTE, DALITS (“UNTOUCHABLE”)
Amaladoss, M. “Folk-Culture as Counter Culture: The Dalit Experience,” Jeevadhara 24/139 (1994) 31-42.

Ambedkar, B. R. Book of Collected writings and speeches contains “The Untouchables.”

*________. Annihilation of Caste. Bangalore: Dalit Sahitya Akademy, 1987 (first published 1936).

Anand, Mulk Raj. Untouchables. Bangalore. 1981. Reprint of original 1935 novel.

Anand, Mulk Raj., ed. Dalit Poetry. Delhi, 1990.

Anand, Mulk Raj and Eleanor Zelliot, eds. An Anthology of Dalit Literature. New Delhi, 1992.

Arockiadoss, P., S.J. “Ambedkar’s Theological Significance,” VJTR ?? (August, 1994) 508-11.

Ayrookuzhiel, A. M. Abraham. “Dalit Struggle and Religious Renaissance in India,” National Christian Council Review 106/3 (1986) 147-53.

________. “Reservations Keep Dalits as Slaves,” National Christian Council Review

Dangle, Arjun, ed. Poisoned Bread: Translations from Modern Marathi Dalit Literature. Bombay: Orient Longman, 1992.

Das, O. P. The Untouchable Story. New Delhi: 1985.

Freeman, James. Untouchable: An Indian Life History. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1979.

Joshi, Barbara, ed. Untouchable!: The Voice of the Dalits Liberation Movement. New Delhi: 1986. [U of W]

Juergensmeyer, Mark. Religion as Social Vision: The Movements Against Untouchability in 20th Century Punjab.

Kolencherry, A. “Caste in Renascent India,” Indian Theological Studies 24/4 (1987) 301-20.

Mukherjee, Prabhati. Beyond the Four Varnas: The Untouchables in India. Delhi, 1988.

Nagaraj, D. R. The Flaming Feet: A Study of the Dalit Movement in India. Bangalore: South Forum Press and Institute for Cultural Research and Action, 1993. []

*Omvedt, Gail. Dalits and the Democratic Revolution: Dr. Ambedkar and the Dalit Movement in Colonial India. New Delhi/Thousand Oaks, CA/London: Sage Publications, 1994. (U of M Library)

________. Dalit Visions: The Anti-Caste Movement and the Construction of an Indian Identity. Hyderabad: Orient Longman, 1995. []

*Rajshekar, V. T. Separate Electorate and Separate Settlement for Untouchables and every other oppressed nationality in India. Bangalore: Dalit Sahitya Akademy, 1996.

*Sathyamurthy, T. V., ed. Region, Religion, Caste, Gender and Culture in Contemporary India. Social Change and Political Discourse in India 3. Delhi: Oxford, 1996.

Singh, K. S. The Scheduled Castes. People of India, National Series 2. Revised edition. Delhi: Oxford, 1995.

Singh, Nagendra Kr. Divine Prostitution. New Delhi: A. P. H. Publishing Corporation, 1997 (5 Ansari Rd. New Delhi 110 002)

Srinivas, M. N., ed. Caste: Its Twentieth Century Avatar. New Delhi: Penguin, 1996. See especially the essay by J. Tharamangalam, “Caste Among Christians in India,” pp. 263-91.

Theertha, Swami Dharma. History of Hindu Imperialism. Madras: Dalit Literature Centre, 1941. 5th edition [reprint?] 1992.

*Thumma, Anthoniraj. “Ambedkar and the Christians,” VJTR 57/8 (1993) 449-70.

Wielenga, Bastiaan. It’s A Long Road to Freedom. 2nd rev. ed. Arasaradi, Madurai, India: Tamilnadu Theological Seminary, 1988.

*________. “Biblical Reasons for Resistance against the Sway of Capital,” VJTR 60/1 (1996) 45-58.

Wilson, K. The Twice Alienated Culture of Dalit Christians. Hyderabad, 1982.

Zelliot, Elleanor. From Untouchable to Dalit. New Delhi: Manohar, 1992. (Includes an essay on the origin of the word dalit). []

COMMUNALISM
AETEI Journal 8/2 (1995) Topical Issue.

Arokiasamy, S., S.J. Responding to Communalism: The Task of Religions and Theology. Jesuit Theological Forum Reflections 6. Anand, Gujarat, India: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1991.


COLONIALISM
Theertha, Swami Dharma. History of Hindu Imperialism. 5th ed. Madras: Dalit Literature Centre, 1992. Originally published 1941.

Dharmaraj, Jacob S. Colonialism and Christian Mission: Postcolonial Reflections. Delhi: ISPCK, 1993.

The Empire Writes Back

DeScribing the Empire

The Postcolonial Reader

ARTICLES IN JEEVADHARA. Articles in Jeevadhara fit each theme issue. Often one finds biblical article per theme. In addition, one issue per year focuses on “The Word of God.” Yet a theme issue of Violence does not contain a biblical article (20/120 [1990]).

Jeevadhara 17/98 (1987) Theme issue: The Sacred and the Secular in the Bible.

Jeevadhara 17/100 (1987) Theme issue: Indian Ecclesiology: A Re-Reading of the Pioneers.”

Jeevadhara 18/104 (1988) Theme issue: Approaches to Suffering in the Biblical Tradition.

Jeevadhara 19/110 (1989) Theme issue: Social Thrust as a Prophetic Call. Articles on Isaiah, Psalms, Prophets, etc.

Jeevadhara 20/116 (1990) Theme issue: Proverbial Literature.

Jeevadhara 21/122 (1991) Theme issue: Bible and Women’s Liberation.

Jeevadhara 21/125 (1991) Theme issue: Religious Hermeneutics in the Post-Modern Age.

Jeevadhara 23/133 (1993) Theme issue: Conflict Spirituality.

Jeevadhara 24/140 (1994) Theme issue: Tribal Values in the Bible.

Amaladoss, Michael. “Folk Cultures as Counter Culture: The Dalit Experience,” Jeevadhara 24/139 (1994) 31-42.

Ayrookuzhiel, A. M. Abraham. “Christian Dalits in Revolt,” Jeevadhara 23/136 (1993) 267-73.

Legrand, L. “Power in the Bible,” Jeevadhara 19/110 (1989) 43-56.

Nellithanam, Susy, and Ranjit. “Meditations on the ‘I Am’ Sayings of Jesus,” Jeevadhara 21/123 (1991) 232-45.

Punayar, Sebastian. “Salvation in the Gospel of Luke,” Jeevadhara 24/143 (1994) 360-72. In Theme issue “The Problem of Human Salvation.

Raja, M. Maria Arul. “Assertion of the Periphery: Some Biblical Paradigms,” Jeevadhara 27/157 (1997) 25-35. This article is in a theme issue on “Regionalism and Nationalism.”

Rayan, Samuel. “Serve the Younger,” Jeevadhara 19/111 (1989) 167-200. Copy this article on children.

Soares-Prabhu, George, “The Temple of Jerusalem: Its Religious and Political Significance in the Old Testament,” Jeevadhara 23/134 (1993) 130-52.

________, “Anti-Greed and Anti-Pride: Mark 10:17-27 & 10:35-45 in the Light of Tribal Values,” Jeevadhara 24/140 (1994) 130-150.

________. “The Church as Mission: A Reflection on Mt. 5:13-16,” Jeevadhara 24/142 (1994) 271-81. In theme issue on “Church and Kingdom: New Perspectives on Evangelism.”

Therukattil, George. “Towards a Biblical Eco-Theology,” Jeevadhara 21/126 (1991) 465-83.

ON THE GOSPEL OF JOHN
Appasamy, A. J. Christianity as Bakhti Marga. McMillan, 1927.

*Gabriel, A. “Faith and Rebirth in the Fourth Gospel,” Bible Bhashyam 16 (1990) 205-215.

*Nereparampil, Lucius. “The Spiritual Vision of St. John and the Bhagavadgita,” Bible Bhashyam 11/1-2 (1985) 93-106.

*________. “New Worship and New Temple,” Bible Bhashyam 16 (1990) 205-215.

Pandiyappilli, Joseph. “Symbolism of the Monogram Om,” Journal of Dharma 9/2 (1984) 150-160. He notes other articles in VJTR 45, 46, 50, 51 on logos.

Vellanickal, M. See references to his work in section on Biblical Interpretation (above).

Vandana, Sister. Waters of Fire. Bangalore: Asian Trading Co., 1989.
ON GEORGE SOARES-PRABHU
*D’Souza, Keith R., S.J. “Fr. George M. Soares Prabhu, SJ, 1929-1995,” VJTR 59/11 (1995) 707-10.

*Heredia, Rudolf. “Passions of the Mind, Compassion from the Heart: In Testimony of George Soares-Prabhu, S.J.,” VJTR 60/7 (1996) 433-42.


GLOBALIZATION AND ECONOMICS

*Chathanatt, John. “Reclaiming Our Vintage Values: This Hour of the Economic History of India,” Jeevadhara 26/156 (1996) 435-56.

*Cruz, Hieronymus. “Centralization of Cult by Josiah: A Biblical Perspective in Relation to Globalization,” Jeevadhara 25/145 (1995) 65-71.

*Fonseca, Joseph. “The Globalization of Business,” Jeevadhara 26/156 (1996) 411-34.

*Hoffmann, Johannes. “Money as Global Mantra: Replacement of an Economy Based on Reciprocity and Redistribution by a Market Economy Based on Profit and Competition,” Jeevadhara 25/145 (1995) 32-51.

*Jayapathy, Francis. “I Buy, Therefore I Exist,” Jeevadhara 25/145 (1995) 7-11.

*Wilfred, Felix. “No Salvation Outside Globalization? Some Theological Reflections on a Modern Economic Dogma,” Jeevadhara 25/145 (1995) 80-92.

RELIGIONS
*D’Sa, Francis. “Dharma as Delight in Cosmic Welfare: A Study of Dharma in the Gita,” Bible Bhashyam 6/4 (1980) 225-57.

*Murugarathanam, T. “Re-Interpretation of Hindu Traditions in Contemporary India,” Jeevadhara 26/151 (1996) 63-70.

*Rocha, Rosario. “Buddhism: Reinterpretation of its Tradition: The Challenge of Dr. Ambedkar,” Jeevadhara 26/151 (1996) 71-76.
SECULARIZATION IN INDIA
Amaladoss, Michael, S.J. “Secularization and India: Modernization and Religion in an Eastern Court,” Exchange 21/1 (1992) 34-48.

van der Zwan, Rob. “Searching for Indian Secularization: An Unassuming Quest for Secularization in the Indian Christian Context Since 1947,” Exchange 19/2 (1990) 91-151.


ECOLOGICAL CONCERN
Raja, book.

van t’ Spijker, Gerard. “Man’s Kinship with Nature: African Reflection on Creation,” Exchange 23/2 (1994) 89-148.


MISCELLANEOUS

Larson, Gerald James. India’s Agony over Religion. Albany: SUNY Press, 1995.

Wilson, Henry S., ed. The Church on the Move: A Quest to Affirm the Biblical Faith. Madras: CLS, 1988. Includes P. Gregorios, “Hermeneutics in India Today,” and E. Lott, “Biblical Faith and Cultural Pluralism: An Integrative Interpretation of Primal Imagery.”

Hamlin, E. J. “Interpreting the Bible in Southeast Asia,” USQR 42/1-2 (1988) 105-109.

Raiser, K. “A New Reading of the Bible? Ecumenical Perspectives from Latin America and Asia,” in Creative Biblical Exegesis: Christian and Jewish Hermeneutics Through the Centuries. Edited by Benjamin Uffenheimer and Henning Graf Reventlow. JSOPSup 59. Sheffield: 1988.

Matthew, P. and A. Muricken. Religion, Ideology and Counter-Culture. Contains an essay on Dalit movement.

Journals:



Asian Journal of Theology

Bible Bhashyam

Bangalore Theological Forum

Indian Journal of Theology

Indian Theological Studies

Jeevadhara: A Journal of Christian Interpretation

Journal of Dharma

The Sathri Journal

Vidyajyoti (VJTR)


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