The Jesus of Nineteenth Century Indian Christian Theology

Article by Sathianathan Clarke

The proclivity to discover, fathom, and interpret other philosophical and theological systems was not a mark of traditional Hinduism. ‘In traditional thought and literature, there has been virtually no interest in foreign countries, societies, cultures or religions. . . India has not reached out for the west; it has not actively prepared the encounter and …

Wisdom Tradition and the Indian Parallels with specific reference to Telugu Literature

Article by G. Babu Rao

I The Old Testament books of Proverbs, Job and Ecclesiastes are known as ‘Wisdom Literature’. Two books of the Apocrypha, namely, Ben Sirach (or Ecclesiasticus) and Wisdom of Solomon are also considered as wisdom books. The judeo-christian tradition had associated Wisdom with King Solomon and hence the authorship of some of these books was attributed …