Transformative Rethinking
Transformative Rethinking
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Transformative Rethinking

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Chongpongmeren Jamir and H. Lalrinthanga (Eds)

Christian Mission and Cooperation in a Multireligious Indian Society

2024  |  156pp pb  |  ISBN: 978-1-917059-14-5

The current trend of politics and faith in India has left churches in the region grappling with issues of religious freedom, communal harmony and socio-political domination. The studies in this book show both the resilience of Indian Christians and the need for a critical rethinking of mission theology and practice in the region. Drawing on the rich tradition of rethinking Christianity in India, the studies are fresh attempts to engage in a metanoia, a transformative reflection on who we are and our task in Christian mission.  

The series of books arises from a study process that marked the centenary of the International Missionary Council (IMC), founded in 1921 at Lake Mohonk, USA. It has its origin in the Commission on World Mission and Evangelism of the World Council of Churches, which wanted to celebrate the work of its historical predecessor IMC (1921-1961).


Chongpongmeren Jamir is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Church History at the Inez and Julius Polin Institute, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland. He has served as faculty at the South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian Studies (SAIACS), Bangalore, India.  

H. Lalrinthanga is an ordained minister of the Mizoram Presbyterian Church serving as a Professor of History of Christianity and the Dean of Postgraduate Studies at the Aizawl Theological College (ATC), Aizawl, India.