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Christianity and National Integration in Northeast India : Its Role among Tribes and Communities for Contributing towards Cultural, Educational, Humanitarian and Peace Initiatives
Authorship Description
Dr. O. L. Snaitang.
Bibliographical Details xiv, 185 p. 25 cm.
Edition, Place & Publisher 1st ed. New Delhi, Christian World Imprints.
ISBN-10 935148260X
ISBN-13 9789351482604, 978-9351482604
Year of Publication 2018.
Series Christian Heritage Rediscovered - 62.
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Christianity and National Integration in Northeast India : Its Role among Tribes and Communities for Contributing towards Cultural, Educational, Humanitarian and Peace Initiatives

Christianity being a universal religion is an integral part of India's history. The author traces the beginnings of this history from the earliest efforts of Christian missionaries, the peoples' response, and brings this narrative to more recent times.

The book is related to the importance of national unity & development, and Christianity in union with the nation. In this attempt, one has to adopt a new methodological paradigm reversing the traditional mindset of studying Christianity in the region from the perspective of Western Christianity. Its starting point will be from the outlook of the people and inclusive national consciousness.

Also, this learned work brings out the contributions made by the churches towards education and literature, medical service, other humanitarian services and peace initiatives; and the role played by the indigenous leaders in the continued grown of the churches.

Contents

Foreword

Acknowledgement

1. Introduction

2. Northeast India in Traditional Historical Perspectives

3. Impact of British Colonialism on People in Northeast India

4. Appeared, Disappeared and Integrated Christian Communities (1627-1838)

5. Survey of Stable Christian Missions in the Region

6. Emergence of Northeast Indian Indigenous Christianity

7. Christianity, Nation Building and National Integration in Northeast India

8. General Conclusion

Bibliography

Dr. O. L. Snaitang, an ordained minister of the Church of God, Meghalaya & Assam, Shillong was a former Professor of the History of Christianity and Missiology at Serampore College, Serampore; North India PG Theological Institute, Kolkata; and other Colleges in the Northeast and South India alike. He was an active member of the Church History Association of India and has served as its General Secretary (2002-2005) and President (2009-2012). He is associated with the North Eastern Hill University, Shillong as an external member, School Board of Humanities; Examiner of PG Theses; and a resource person for Refresher Courses under the Human Resource Development Centre, NEHU, Shillong in areas of Matrilineal Societies and Tribal Religion.

He has been awarded by the Government of Meghalaya with Meghalaya State Literary Award in 2009 and U Tirot Sing Award for Arts and Literature in 2015, to accord recognition of his contribution to the society through his writings. He continues to teach, supervise doctoral students and write.


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