Author: J A David OnesimuPublisher: ISPCKYear: 2008Language: EnglishPages: 124ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788184580440
The main focus of this book is Ambedkar's criticism of Christianity of his time. It attempts to critically analyze the works of other ideologies and Dalit movements. The intention of the book is not to support Ambedkar's view of Christianity. Its main object is to rid of the stumbling blocks the Dalit face in Indian Christianity in their quest to find equality in the religion. It traces the true pathos of the Dalits in a wider sense, and tries to provide a new methodology and scope for students to take up Dalit Theology as a field of study.
DEDICATIONAcknowledgementsForewordPrefaceIntroductionCHAPTER ILife and Work of AmbedkarCHAPTER IIAmbedkar's Understanding of Indian ChristiansCHAPTER IIIAmbedkar's Encounter with IdeologiesCHAPTER IVIdeologiy of AmbedkarCHAPTER VA Common Dalit IdeologyConclusionBibliography