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कैथोलिक आश्रमस

सीता राम गोयल

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कैथोलिक आश्रमस

सीता राम गोयल

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  • Book Details

    Title : कैथोलिक आश्रमस


    Sub Title : संन्यासी या ठग


    Series Title : N/A


    Language : English


    Category : Book


    Subject : अनुसंधान


    Author 1 : सीता राम गोयल


    Author 2 : N/A


    Translator : N/A


    Editor : N/A


    Commentator : N/A


    Publisher : N/A


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    Publish Year : 1994


    Publish City : New Delhi


    ISBN # : N/A


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  • Book Index

    Preface 
    SECTION I – THE ASHRAM MOVEMENT IN THE CHRISTIAN MISSION 
    1. New Labels for Old Merchandise 
    2. Indigenisation: A Predatory Enterprise 
    3. The Patron Saint of Indigenisation 
    4. Mission's Volte-Face vis-à-vis Hindu Culture 
    5. The Ashram Movement in the Mission 
    6. The Trinity from Tannirpalli 
    7. An Imperialist Hangover 
    SECTION II – MISSION STRAEGY EXPOSED BY ‘HINDUISM TODAY’ 
    8. Catholic Ashrams: Adopting and Adapting Hindu Dharma 
    9. The J.R. Ewing Syndrome 
    10. Interview with Father Bruno Barnhardt: Emmaculate Heart Hermitage 
    11. Returning to the Hindu Fold: A Primer
    APPENDIX 1: Malaysia Hindus Protest Christian "Sadhu" 
    APPENDIX 2: Missionary's Dirty Tricks SECTION 
    III – THE DIALOGUES 
    12. The First Dialogue 
    13. The Second Dialogue 
    14. The Third Dialogue 
    SECTION IV – THE MISSIONARY MIND 
    15. Bede Griffiths Drops the Mask 
    APPENDIX 1: Different Paths Meeting in God 
    APPENDIX 2: "Liberal" Christianity 
    APPENDIX 3: The Great Command and a Cosmic Auditing 
    SECTION V – APPENDICES: THE ORGANISATIONAL WEAPON 
    I. Christian Ashrams in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka 
    II. A Glimpse of Mission Finance 
    III. Thy Kingdom is the Third World 
    IV. Christianity Mainly for Export: God's Legionaries 
    V. Proselytisation as it is Practised