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Asian Christian Theologies
A RESEARCH GUIDE TO AUTHORS, MOVEMENTS, SOURCES
John C. England, Jose Kuttianimattathil, John M. Prior, Lily A. Quintos, David Suh Kwang Sun, Janice Wickeri
     During the last twenty years, our knowledge of Asian Christian theologies and of their extensive written sources has greatly increased, as has the number of those studying and teaching such theologies. There has been, however, no attempt as yet to provide an Asia-wide and comprehensive guide to study or research in these theologies. These volumes provide the first ecumenical and fully representative guide to research in the authors, movements and sources for contextual Asian Christian theologies. The central focus is therefore upon theological reflection which has arisen from the faith experience of Christians within the particular histories and cultures of the region’s peoples and which has been shaped and resourced by such contexts.

Volume 1: South and Austral Asia
1. Asian Christian Theologies 1
(7th-15th Cents.)
2. Asian Christian Theologies 2
(16th-18th Cents.)
3. Asia-wide and Ecumenical Theologies
4. Contextual Theology in Bangladesh
5. Contextual Theology in India
6. A Note on Nepal
7. Contextual Theological Reflection in Pakistan
8. Contextual Theological Reflection in Sri Lanka
9. Contextual Theology in
Aotearoa NZ
10. Contextual Theology in Australia


Asian Christian Theologies
A RESEARCH GUIDE TO AUTHORS, MOVEMENTS, SOURCES
John C. England, Jose Kuttianimattathil, John M. Prior, Lily A. Quintos, David Suh Kwang Sun, Janice Wickeri
     During the last twenty years, our knowledge of Asian Christian theologies and of their extensive written sources has greatly increased, as has the number of those studying and teaching such theologies. There has been, however, no attempt as yet to provide an Asia-wide and comprehensive guide to study or research in these theologies. These volumes provide the first ecumenical and fully representative guide to research in the authors, movements and sources for contextual Asian Christian theologies. The central focus is therefore upon theological reflection which has arisen from the faith experience of Christians within the particular histories and cultures of the region’s peoples and which has been shaped and resourced by such contexts.

Volume 1: South and Austral Asia
1. Asian Christian Theologies 1
(7th-15th Cents.)
2. Asian Christian Theologies 2
(16th-18th Cents.)
3. Asia-wide and Ecumenical Theologies
4. Contextual Theology in Bangladesh
5. Contextual Theology in India
6. A Note on Nepal
7. Contextual Theological Reflection in Pakistan
8. Contextual Theological Reflection in Sri Lanka
9. Contextual Theology in
Aotearoa NZ
10. Contextual Theology in Australia

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