P46


Christians, cultural interactions, and South Asia's religious traditions 
Convenors:
Richard Young (Princeton Theological Seminary)
Chad Bauman (Butler University)
Location:
C401
Start time:
27 July, 2012 at 9:00 (UTC+0)
Session slots:
3

Short Abstract:

Open to scholars who address any of the many phenomena associated with the historical emergence and contemporary character of South Asian Christianities.

Long Abstract

Recognizing that South Asian Christianities are distinct forms of Christianity and that interaction with South Asia's cultures and religions are essential to any characterization of Christianity as South Asian (Indian, etc.), the panel invites exchange between intercultural studies scholars, mission studies scholars, and religious studies scholars who address any of the many phenomena associated with the historical emergence and contemporary character of South Asian Christianities.

Accepted papers: