Publication Date

2011

Abstract

This essay explores the relationship between Christianity and other world religions, and considers its implications for doing Christian mission in Asia. It seeks to respond to the question of how Asian Christians are being challenged to formulate their understanding of the relationship between Christianity and other world religions. It also reflects upon the implications of this relationship for doing Christian mission in Asia in the midst of the resurgence and renewed vitality o f indigenous religions in postcolonial Asia.

School/Institute

School of Theology

Document Type

Journal Article

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