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Church Reformed : Always Reforming
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Editor: Rev. Dr. Vincent Rajkumar.
Bibliographical Details x, 207 p. ills. 25 cm.
Edition, Place & Publisher 1st ed. New Delhi, Christian World Imprints.
ISBN-10 9351482324
ISBN-13 9789351482321, 978-9351482321
Year of Publication 2017.
Further Details In Collaboration with Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society (CISRS), Bangalore.
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In the ever changing topography of social and geo-political realities both in India and abroad, it becomes pertinent to ascertain the nature and the presence of the Church in the world. It is even more appropriate at this juncture as there is a renewed affirmation of the role of the Reformation that took place 500 years ago in the ongoing life and witness of the Church. In order to commemorate this celebration CISRS organized a national ecumenical consultation with the intention that the Church would transcend a narrow ecclesiastical framework to be relevant to the diverse geopolitical situations that society encounters, most crucially from the vantage point of the vulnerable people and the environment. The articles in this book are the papers presented at the consultation.



1. Church Reformed : Always Reforming / Daniel Thiagarajah

2. "Justification by Faith Alone" (`Sola fide') as an "Occupy Church Movement" : Towards an `Ecclesia' of Multitude? / Mothy Varkey

3. Luther on Two-Realms of God's Activity : Contemporary Reflections / R. Sahayadhas

4. Counter Reformation and the Formation of the Jesuits / Selvaraj Arulnathan SJ

5. Borderless Church : An Ecumenical Perspective Towards Just and Inclusive Communities / Roger Gaikwad

6. Declericalization for a Reformed Church / Kochurani Abraham

7. Theorizing Protest : `Chalo', and the Interfaith Movement / Dexter S. Maben

8. Reformation and the Sub-altern Communities : A Dalit Perspective / Vincent Manoharan

9. Reformation and the Indigenous Communities / Songram Basumatary

10. Reformation and the Subaltern Communities : A Woman's Perspective / Renemsongla Ozukum

11. Women in the History of Reformation / Caroline

12. Eco-Justice Reformation in the Context of the Colonization of the Commons / George Zachariah

13. The `kairo's' of Ecological Justice : Approaches from the Global South / Ely Orrego Torres

14. Reformation of the Church and our Dream : A Youth Perspective / Arvind Theodore

15. We Belive : In Reforming the Church / Christy Gnanadasan

16. Reformation and the Borderless Church / S. David Amritha Rajan

17. Reformation and Rethinking as Ongoing Process : Reflections at the Time of a Common Celebration of the Protestant Reformation and the Rethinking Christianity Movement of India / Muthuraj Swamy

95 Theses for the Indian Church


Rev. Dr. Vincent Rajkumar is an ordained minister of the Church of South India, Karnataka Central Diocese. Currently serves as the Director of Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society (CISRS), Bangalore, India.

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