5 edition of Neo-Hindu views of Christianity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Arvind Sharma.|
|LC Classifications||BR128.H5 N46 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 217 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||88018119|
page note 8 For information about Swami Vivekananda, I am indebted to Dr J. R. Chandran for the use of his unpublished thesis A Comparison of the Pagan Apologetic of Celsus against Christianity as contained in Origin's Contra Celsum and the Neo-Hindu Attitude to Christianity as Represented in the Works of : R. H. S. Boyd.
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Neo-Hindu Views of Christianity. Arvind Sharma (ed.) Leiden: E.J. Brill,p, $40 US. GREAT DEAL of scholarly attention has in the past been paid to Buddhist-Christian dia logue. Till recently little scholarly interest has been shown in Hindu-Christian dialogue, or the interplay between Christianity and Hin : Ronald Neufeldt.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Preface --I. Neo-Hindu images of Christianity /Eric J. Sharpe Ram Mohan Roy's attitude toward Christians and Christianity /Cromwell Crawford nce to Christ through mystical experience and incarnational identity: Sri Ramakrishna /H.W.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — $ Format: Hardcover. A review of Neo-Hindu Views of Christianity, edited by Arvind Sharma. Recommended Citation Neufeldt, Ronald () "Book Review: "Neo-Hindu Views of Christianity"," Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies: Vol. 4, Article Author: Ronald Neufeldt.
Hindu – Islamic relations began Neo-Hindu views of Christianity book Islamic influence first came to be found in the Indian subcontinent during the early 7th century.
Hinduism and Islam are two of the world’s four largest religions. Hinduism is the socio-religious way of life of the Hindu Neo-Hindu views of Christianity book of the Indian subcontinent, their diaspora, and some other regions which had Hindu influence in the ancient. Neo-Vedanta, also called Hindu modernism, neo-Hinduism, Global Hinduism and Hindu Universalism, are terms to characterize Neo-Hindu views of Christianity book of Hinduism that developed in the 19th century.
The term "Neo-Vedanta" was coined by Paul Hacker, in a pejorative way, to distinguish modern developments from "traditional" Advaita Vedanta.
To call the book a 'neo-Hindu' view of Christianity is misleading, and suggests a narrow-mindedness to the book that is simply not present. I found it highly readable, and recommend it. Finally, to paint all of Christianity and missionaries with the same brush would be by: 7.
(2) Neo-Hinduism as a modern variation of Hinduism under Christian and Western Secular Influences: In s, Indian leaders suffered a deep inferiority complex about the weakness of India compared with Europe, and attributed this weakness to Hinduism's inability to adapt to modern times.(Page 68) s was a time when Protestant and Catholic missionaries Author: Shivoham.
Ramakrishna mission (RKM) is a Hindu religious and spiritual organisation which forms the core of a worldwide spiritual movement known as the Ramakrishna Movement or the Vedanta Movement.
The mission is named after and inspired by the Indian saint Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and founded by Ramakrishna's chief disciple Swami Vivekananda on 1 May Founder: Swami Vivekananda.
Book Review: \u22Neo-Hindu Views of Christianity\u By Ronald Neufeldt. Abstract. A review of Neo-Hindu Views of Neo-Hindu views of Christianity book, edited by Arvind Sharma Topics: Religion. Publisher: Digital Commons @ Butler University.
Year: OAI Neo-Hindu views of Christianity book Author: Ronald Neufeldt. By: Rajiv Malhotra The existence and wide infiltration Neo-Hindu views of Christianity book the neo-Hinduism thesis is the elephant Neo-Hindu views of Christianity book the room. Anyone representing Hinduism publicly should become familiar with this thesis and its consequences.
Indra’s Net’s purpose is served when Hindus become well aware of what neo-Hinduism is, who started it and why, and what its serious implications. Neo-Hinduism and Traditional Hinduism This series of postings will focus on understanding the entity known as "Neo-Hinduism," and highlight its distinctions from Traditional Hinduism.
Scholars in academia have come to appreciate and recognize the differences between the two, and the differences are no less important to the faithful. What is Neo Hinduism and how does it differ from Traditional Hinduism in Philosophy and Scriptural Interpretations.
Thanks Neo-Hinduism is a broad term that refers to religious groups under the Hinduism umbrella whose ideas and methodologies are mixed in with various foreign (Christian, Muslim, secular humanist) Neo-Hindu views of Christianity book.
Thank you Maria. Always refreshing to read your views. I am just wondering you speak so much about the Vedas, yet you have not researched on the One Guru who gave the Vedas back to the world in its pure and original form. in the s and s, this Guru had the entire Vedas printed in a page book called Ved Bhagwan and at the age of 90 and in frail.
Arvind Sharma is the Birks Professor of Comparative Religion at McGill University. Sharma's works focus on Hinduism, philosophy of religion. In editing books his works include Our Religions and Women in World Religions, Feminism in World Religions was selected as a Cho aphy ChoiceOutstanding Academic Book ().Fields: Religious Studies.
Concept of soul as “Self” or “I” or I consciousness is not a neo Hindu spiritual concept. See the definition of Meemamsa from wiki page below.
Ātman, in the ritualism-based Mīmāṃsā school of Hinduism, is an eternal, omnipresent, inherently active essence that is identified as I-Consciousness. Unlike all other schools of. The Church’s Mission and Post-Modern Humanism by M.
Thomas Chapter The Christian Contribution to an Indian Philosophy of Being and Becoming Human. Based on a talk given at a Consultation on Christian Contribution to Indian Philosophy held at the Catholic Seminary in Madras in under the joint auspices of the Seminary and the Indian Philosophic Association.
Swami Vivekananda: I Swami Vivekananda king Chicago, Setiembre, King kayli, sinulat nang Vivekananda king kayang sulat-gamat: "metung a alang anggang tibubus ampong banal – lagpus king kaisipan lagpus kareng kalidad duruku ku keka".(one infinite pure and holy – beyond thought beyond qualities I bow down to thee.)Mibait: Narendra Nath Datta 12 Eneru ().
A new religious movement (NRM) is a religious, ethical, or spiritual group or community with practices of relatively modern may be novel in origin or they may exist on the fringes of a wider religion, in which case they will be distinct from pre-existing ics identify a variety of characteristics which they employ in.
1. Classic Neo-Hindu belief, though yours is mild compared to most Neos. Problem -Hindu belief. This is extremely controversial, though, and pretty much irrelevamt to western converts. are still learning. The problem traditional Hindus have with neos is that they present their beliefs as 'Hinduism' when they are not so.
Author of The Annual Review of Women in World Religions, Islam for Hindus, The Philosophy of Religion, A Hindu perspective on the philosophy of religion, Sati, Why I am a believer, Hinduism for our times, Ramana MaharshiWritten works: Advaita Vedanta: An Introduction.
Neo-Hindu views of Christianity / edited by Arvind Sharma. BR H5 N46 The unknown Christ of Hinduism: towards an ecumenical christophany / Raimundo Panikkar. Notes of Some Wanderings with the Swami Vivekananda () is an English language book written by Sister Nivedita.
In this book Nivedita has narrated the experiences she had while traveling with Swami Vivekananda in different parts of : Sister Nivedita. The Hindu Way: An Introduction to Hinduism, Shashi Tharoor, pages, Aleph Book Company, Rs.
It is a story most of us learn at school or at least from our : Aravindan Neelakandan. Arvind Sharma is the Birks Professor of Comparative Religion at McGill University. Sharma's works focus on comparative religion, Hinduism, and the role of women in religion.
Some of his more famous works include Our Religions and Women in World Religions. Feminism in World Religions was selected as a Choice Outstanding Academic Book ().. Deepak Chopra, a former medical doctor turned New Age sage (he was once described by Time magazine as “the poet-prophet of alternative medicine”) has written some 50 books.
His most recent, The Third Jesus (), is subtitled, “The Christ We Cannot Ignore.” If only we could ignore this book and the false Christ it presents. Scripture and Scriptures in Worship Space the Adi Granth; and for the Chinese, the classics of Confucianism (the Book of Odes, Book of Documents, Book of Changes, Book of Rites, and the Spring and Autumn Annals) and Taoism “Preface,” in Neo-Hindu Views of Christianity, ed.
Arvind Sharma (Leiden: Brill, ), : Monica Jyotsna Melanchthon. You asked - "Is Buddhism considered more of a religion than Hinduism?" I suggest that the question should be rephrased in the reverse order and as a probability or possibility - 'Might Hinduism be considered more of a religion than Buddhism?' The.
It has evolved in India over the past 3, years. It differs from monotheistic beliefs, such as Christianity, in that there is no identifiable founder, specific theological system, or single system of morality.
In this book, author Frank Whaling provides an overview of the history and development of the Hindu tradition. Modern Hindu Traditionalism addresses Hindu traditions that resisted contact with both Neo-Hindu thought and views of “classical” Hinduism perceived to be outmoded.
This book provides an in-depth understanding of Modern Hindu Traditionalism through the case study of the Rāmānandī order (sampradāya). 1)Hinduism is a religion and the follower of such religion is known as “Hindu”. 2) The word “Hindu” is derived from the river “Sindhu”.
3) Actually, Hinduism is not a religion but a way of life. 4) Unlike other religions,hinduism has many speciali. Just as Gandhi had successfully created a mass political movement based on a Neo-Hindu vision of universalism, firmness in the truth (satyagraha) and nonviolence (ahimsa) in pre-partition India, so Nehru successfully created a comparable mass political movement based on a translation, or perhaps better, a kind of “demythologization,” of.
– history of Christianity including its spread outside its place of origin – Indian Christianity’s differences with Western Christianity. – prominent Christians who engaged Hinduism and borrowed from it, such as Teilhard de Chardin, Father Bede, R.
Pannikar, Russill Paul, etc. In fact I am writing a book on such Christian thinkers. Being Different: An Indian Challenge to Western Universalism is a book by Rajiv Malhotra, an Indian-American author, philanthropist and public speaker, published by book reverts the gaze of the western cultures on India, repositioning India from being the observed to the observer, by looking at the West from a Dharmic point of : Rajiv Malhotra.
Like Jones, Muller saw Christianity as the highest expression of religion to the detriment of Judaism and Hinduism. This view became standardized in introduction to religion textbooks such as L.S.S.
O’Malley’s work, Popular Hinduism: The Religion of the Masses. Neo-Hindu views of Christianity Arvind Sharma - - pages For Theology, for Mediaeval Religion herself did not care for this field of knowledge; she had no need for scientific truth, just as the Jacobin Republic had no need of chemists " Sri Aurobindo pays tribute to Christianity for humanising and.
"New Religions in Global Perspectives" by Peter B. Clarke () is a good book, especially if you are interested in how humanity's religious sentiment is expressed in different and similar ways across societies and cultures in the modern (and so-called postmodern) world.
Notes of Some Wanderings with the Swami Vivekananda () is an English language book written by Sister Nivedita.   In this book Nivedita has narrated the experiences she had while traveling with Swami Vivekananda in different parts of India. The Compatibility of Religious and Transhumanist Views of Metaphysics, Suffering, Virtue and Transcendence in an Enhanced Future Article (PDF Available).
Some of the neo-Hindu sects as they have come to be called, were influenced by Christianity and some reacted against it; but even the latter were not immune from its imprint. This was inevitable given that it was the religion of the coloniser. The challenge from Christian missionaries was not merely at the level of conversions and religious.
Christianity. ‘The Theosophical Society must pdf looked on as the earliest neo-Hindu sect to carry on propaganda outside India’. It ‘played a very big part in the Hindu revival ’ ((RCZ )).
‘Blavatsky combined Hindu and Buddhist ideas with modern scientific speculations.’ ((RCZ )). When inAnnieFile Size: KB.
In Neo-Hindu Views of Christianity, we find that: In the cross of Download pdf, Gandhi found the supreme example of satyagraha: Christ was the ‘Prince of satyagrahis’. “It was the New Testament”, wrote Gandhi [on page 92 of his autobiography], which really awakened me to the value of passive resistance.
By Thomas A. Forsthoefel. The future of Hinduism will be ebook affirmation and extension of ‘what is', namely the set of issues and trends that have been developing since the end of the 19th century.