AN EXPLORATION INTO THE CHRISTOLOGY OF GANDHI

Filed in Articles by on March 18, 2014

Jesus Christ is the center of devotion and commitment of millions of people through out the world, within the institutionalized churches as well as out side of them. It is recognized, even in the proto-/primitive church, that there are secret disciples, sympathizers and proselytes, ‘Churchless Christians’, ‘un-baptized Christians’, and they may be as many as active and inactive members of the Christian population of the world. Mahatma Gandhi may be one among them, though he emphatically insisted that he is, first and foremost, a ‘sanatani’ Hindu. It is within this context, and from ‘sanatani’ periscope, his Christology has to be looked into, rather than from the dogmatic and doctrinal Christian point of view, in order to understand, and estimate, his contribution towards indigenous expressions of Christ. It has its own advantage, which has, so far, not been recognized, and we propose to make an effort to discover this in this study.

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AN EXPLORATION INTO THE CHRISTOLOGY OF GANDHI

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