- Language: English
- 486 Pages
- Published: November 2011
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A Theological Biblical Model for the Liberation of Marginals in India. Edition No. 1
- Published: May 2010
- 492 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
This book is a reflection to bring living hope for the Marginals (Tribals/Dalits) of India and world as equal human beings. Faith in God is interlinked with social nature of human beings among indigenous groups. It offers preferential guide for Local community to be united with God in their liberation movements towards freedom against the slavery of irrational Indian traditional practices. The God of Love of Christianity widens the way for justified liberty from their bondage of sin and presumptions. In focusing on inculturation and contextualization (Localization) as models for applying liberation, criteria for religious and micro/macro-level dignity formation are inevitable in bringing integral transformation to the Marginals in the world. This book explains the cause and effect of religious belief and points out the weaker sections of the society to rise from oppression. Chotanagpur Tribals are the example in Indian context in uprising models for others.
Dr. George Panna is a RC Priest of Patna-Ranchi - India. He holds his Doctor's Degree (Ph.D.), S.T.D. in Theology (2009) from KULeuven, Belgium.
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