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Dalit Christians in India: Reflections from the ‘Broken Middle’

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Journal publication date1/12/2011
JournalStudies in World Christianity
Journal number3
Volume17
Number of pages17
Pages258-274
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This article combines an ethnographic account of Dalit Christian life in India and attempts to view it through the philosophical concept of Gillian Rose’s Broken Middle. Further it generates a wider perspective for Christian communities across the world, which are in a similar marginal situations. The content of this article is theological and philosophical.