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Dalithadvytha: Towards Dalit Theology of Resistance and Assertion

Dr. Prasad provides the outlines of new paradigm for theology and its challenge to faith and action. Taking cues from pollution which is today’s problem in the environment, he critiques common approaches to caste system arguing that Indian theologians who have failed to look into untouchability, cultural oppression and social exploitation of Dalits. He brings a voice that brings hope to the Dalits.

Rev. Prem Mitra
Chairperson A Rocha India

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Dr. Prasad provides the outlines of new paradigm for theology and its challenge to faith and action. Taking cues from pollution which is today’s problem in the environment, he critiques common approaches to caste system arguing that Indian theologians who have failed to look into untouchability, cultural oppression and social exploitation of Dalits. He brings a voice that brings hope to the Dalits.

Rev. Prem Mitra
Chairperson A Rocha India

God in the Old Testament demands for Justice and equal society. Each of the chapter discussed facilitates the discernment of different caste and sub-caste Dalit perspectives. I hope this book will allow the readers to get a grip of the Dalit world and their God. For Dalits – God suffers with His people, favoring them with His grace. This work is an attempt to introduce the voices of Dalit castes and sub-castes hitherto unused to do Dalit theology of liberation. The very experience of suffering and social shame becomes a challenge to each Dalit and liberation theologians to explore his/her identity as the liberating agent. Dalit theologies of caste emerge as the rich anubhava of liberation. With this, Dalithadvytha is a sample of Dalit theologies of Dalit castes and sub-castes before it is explored in depth.

Rev.Dr.D.Manohar Chandra Prasad
Dalit Christian Federation

Edition

2022 Paperback

ISBN

9789391694418

Pages

152

Author

D. Manohar Chandra Prasad

Publisher

Omega Book World

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