Contents

V 15 N 1
Spring 2008



Special Issue:
Religion and Postcoloniality

Guest Editor:
Hemchand Gossai


Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Introduction Hemchand Gossai
3
     
I. Hermeneutics and Postcolonialism
   
     
Biblical Interpretation and Postcolonialism: A "Hermeneutical Theo-Quake of Grafting" Dorothy BEA Akoto nee Abutiater
5
     
"Words . . . Borrow'd from Our Books": Translating Scripture, Language Use,
and Protestant Tamil Identity in Post/colonial South India
Hephzibah Israel
31
     
Before the Face of the Other: India in The Acts of Thomas Clara A.B. Joseph
49
     
"Chinese Studies in a Postcolonial Frame" Christopher Lee
65
     
"The Canaanites Were in the Land": The Book of Genesis as an Anti-Conquest Narrative Dora Rudo Mbuwayesango
84
 
II. Christianity, Globalization, and Postcolonialism
     
Diaspora, Globalization, and the Strangers in Our Midst:
Birthing a Postcolonial-Diaspora Church
Eleazar S. Fernandez
94
     
Christianity, American Empire, and the Global Society Kwok Pui-lan
109
     
Conversion, Cultural Rights, and Secularism: Exploring the Limits and
Possibilities Offered by Two Imaginations of the "Minority Community"
Mrinalini Sebastian
122
 
III. Gandhi and the Power of Satyagraha
     
Mohandas K. Gandhi: The Making of an Anti-Colonial Satyagraha Prophet Nathaniel Samuel Murrell
143
     
The Satyagrahi and His Scriptures: J. C. Kumarappa and His Bible
During the Indian Independence Struggle
R. S. Sugirtharajah
162


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