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Asian Dreams and Christian Hope
Asian Dreams and Christian Hope

Asian Dreams and Christian Hope

by Felix Wilfred

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Language

English

Publisher

ISPCK

ISBN

8172145802 - Year: 2003 - Pages: 309

Binding

Paperback

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Author: Felix Wilfred
Publisher: ISPCK
Year: 2003
Language: English
Pages: 309
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172145802

Description

This book is addressed to all people of good will who are concerned about what happens to the poor in our Asian societies. Christian Hope is not a self centred hope-it is a hope for the world, for the whole of human family. Christians may find in this volume a help to critically reflect on our societies and above all relate their life and faith with the drams and hopes of the powerless.

The book is also intended to help the Christians forge new relationships with the larger society, and in the process, become self-critical. People of good will and believers of other religious traditions may find in this book the struggles Christianity is undergoing in practicing the concern and love its Founder showed towards the poor and the oppressed in the society.

Contents

Preface

Preface to the Second Edition

Introduction

PART I: GLOBALISATIN AND MARGINAL PEOPLES

Globalisation or Peripheralisation?

The Agenda of the Victims The Poor Explore the Hopes for a New Century

The Poor in the Age of Globalisation: Challenge to Christianity

PART II: SUBALTERNS AND THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS

Human Rights and Asian Peoples

Human Rights or the Rights of the Poor?
Redeeming the Human Rights from Contemporary Inversions

Countering New Avatars of Injustice: Judicial Activism Today

Gender Justice: Christianity and the Fuller Humanity of Women

PART III: CHRISTIANITY AND CIVIL SOCIETY

Christianity: Interlocutor in Civil Society

Christians Between Identity-Politics and Nationalism

Our Neighbours and Our Christian Mission

PART IV: RELIGION AND INTERPRETATIONS

Towards a Subaltern Hermeneutics

Religion in Search of New Mediations

Index

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