HINDU PERSPECTIVE ON RELIGIOUS PLURALITY AND MISSIOLOGICAL IMPERATIVES:A STUDY IN INDIAN CONTEXT

Filed in Articles by on March 18, 2014

In the recent past, the Western Church and missionary organizations had taken keen interest in India, especially on the subjects that deal with the challenges of religious plurality/pluralism for Christian faith and Church in the context of Hinduism. In our enthusiasm, we often tend to overlook the fact that other great religious traditions too are in the same boat, experiencing and facing the same challenges as we do. I, being a long time student of religious traditions, am, therefore, taking liberty to highlight the challenges faced by a majority religious community, Hinduism, in a situation of plurality of religions. It feels threatened and in turn, poses the same to
the very existence of the followers of other religions, a process we are now experiencing in India. It may be a classic case of ‘majoritism’ and inferiority complex of a so called ancient and superior civilization.

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