Christian Unity in Northeast India: Challenges and Prospects examines the challenges of Christian Unity, which have been working against the formation and further development of Unity among the Christians in Northeast India. It traces the historical development
of Christian Unity in worldwide Christianity and further unearths its historical analysis of the pattern of discussion among the churches in Northeast India. It also deals with the challenges of the life and witnesses the churches, to venture out
the prospects for the Christian Unity discussion in the region. In the present situation, the understanding of the nature of Christian Unity calls for a wider understanding with regards to the churches and in relation to humankind with the whole creation.
As such Christian Unity is not for its own sake, but for the sake of the world and its salvation for the whole creation. Yet, it was a very ambitious plan to bring churches in Northeast together; however, it is still a not yet accomplished task. We
have to continue this journey with a fresh attempt today, so that the Church becomes a truly missionary church.
1. Christianity in Northeast India
2. Development of Christian Unity Then and Now
3. Formation of Christian Unity in Northeast India
4. The Participation of Council of Baptist Churches in North
East India (CBCNEI) Towards Christian Unity
5. Challenges of Christian Unity Before the Baptist Church
6. Search for a Viable Model for Christian Unity
7. Challenges in the Life and Witness of the Baptist Church
8. Paradigm Shifts in Baptist
Thinking and Understanding of Christian Unity
Rev. Dr Bendangtemjen is the Registrar, Dean of External Studies and Associate Professor in History of Christianity Department at Leonard Theological College, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, affiliated to Senate of Serampore College (University).
He got his Master and Doctoral Degree from FFRRC (Federated Faculty for Research in Religion and Culture) Kottayam, Kerala. He belongs to Baptist Church of Nagaland, India. He is married to Dr Bendanglemla Longkumer who teaches Christian Theology
at the same college and they are blessed with three children Eten, Taien and Loren.