Author: Charles SingaramPublisher: ISPCKYear: 2008Language: EnglishPages: 236ISBN/UPC (if available): 97884580398
This book mainly concerns about the question of method in Dalit Theology. The contention is that in the present from the Dalit Theology lacks conceptual consistency and clarity in presenting its theological ideas. This fragmented and disorganized presentation of ideas suggests that there is a need for a serious attention to the awareness of the methodological issues in the construction of the theology. This work is an attempt to provide certain suggestions towards constructing Dalit theology as a credible theological programme which could effectively carry out its aim, purpose, responsibility and task.
DedicationAcknowledgementsForewordPrefaceCHAPTER ONEIntroductionCHAPTER TWOThe Question of MethodCHAPTER THREEOrifin and Development of Dalit TheologyCHAPTER FOURThe Nature of Dalit TheologyCHAPTER FIVEAnalysis of Dalit TheologyCHAPTER SIXSearch for a Relevant MethodCHAPTER SEVENSystematization of Dalit Theology - A ProposalCHAPTER EIGHTConclusionBibliography