Books Received

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Abhishiktananda: Ascent to the Depth of the Heart. The Spiritual Diary (1948-73) of Swami Abhishiktananda (Dom Henri Le Saux), selected and introduced by Raimon Panikkar, translated by David Fleming and James Stuart. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, 410pp., C.C.R.240.00, H.C.R.275.00.

Allen, Horace T. & Russell, Joseph, On Common Ground: The Story of the Revised Common Lectionary. Norwich, Canterbury, 1998, 112pp., 6.99 [pounds sterling].

Ambat, Gladys, Your Word: A Lamp and A Light. Bible Quiz 1. Delhi, YWCA/ISPCK, 1998, 340pp., R.65.00.

Bauswein, Jean-Jacques & Vischer, Lukas eds, The Reformed Family Worldwide. A Survey of Reformed Churches, Theological Schools, and International Organizations. Grand Rapids, MI, Eerdmans, 1999, 753pp., $35.00.

Benson, Constance L., God & Caesar: Troeltsch's Social Teaching as Legitimation. New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Publishers, 1999, 241pp., $44.95.

Blumenthal, David R., The Banality of Good and Evil: Moral Lessons from the Shoah and Jewish Tradition. Washington DC, Georgetown UP, 1999, 336pp., $23.95.

Brinkman, Martien E., Sacraments of Freedom: Ecumenical Essays on Creation and Sacrament - Justification and Freedom. Zoetermeer, NL, Meinema, 1999, 216pp., DFL.45.00.

Carter, Philippa, The Servant-Ethic in the New Testament. Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang, 1997, 155pp., Sfr.49.00.

Cunningham, Philip A. & Starr, Arthur F. eds, Sharing Shalom: A Process for Local Inter-faith Dialogue between Christians and Jews. Mahwah, NJ, Paulist, 1998, 122pp., $7.95.

Das, Somen, Bible Studies, Sermons, Prayers and Reflections. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, R.65.00.

Das, Somen ed., Mission and Evangelism. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, 211pp., R.95.00.

Eakin, Frank E., What Price Prejudice? Christian Antisemitism in America. Mahwah, NJ, Paulist, 1998, 221pp., $9.95.

Edwards, Joel, Lord, Make Us One - But Not All the Same! Seeking Unity in Diversity. London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1999, 196pp., 6.99 [pounds streling].

Fernando, Leonard, Christian Faith Meets Other Faiths: Origen's Contra Celsum and its Relevance for India Today. ISPCK CTE 17. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, 261pp., C.C. R.150.00, H.C.R.200.00.

FitzGerald, Kyriaki Karidoyanes, Women Deacons in the Orthodox Church. Brookline, MA, Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1998, 226pp., $14.95.

George, P.V., Track to Heaven, Heaven to All. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, 214pp., R.95.00.

Ghosh, Joseph V., Principles of Christian Faith. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, 58pp., 1.00 [pounds sterling].

Grana, Janice T., 2000 Years since Bethlehem: Images of Christ through the Centuries. Nashville, TN, Upper Room Books, 1998, 155pp.

Gregorios, Paulos Mar, Disarmament and Nuclear Weapons. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, 93pp., 4.00 [pounds sterling].

Gregorios, Paulos Mar, Global Peace and Common Security. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, 89pp., 4.00 [pounds sterling].

Gudziak, Borys, Crisis and Reform: The Kyivan Metropolitanate, the Patriarchate of Constantinople, and the Genesis of the Union of Brest. Cambridge, MA, Harvard UP, 1998, 516pp.

Henry, Patrick, The Ironic Christian's Companion: Finding the Marks of God's Grace in the World. New York, Riverhead Books, 1999, 273pp., US$23.95.

Higton, Tony and Patricia, I Believe in Heaven on Earth: Life after Life for Humanity and Planet Earth. London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1999, 194pp., 6.99 [pounds sterling].

Hooker, Roger Hardham, The Quest of Ajneya: A Christian Theological Appraisal of the Search for Meaning in His Three Hindi Novels. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1998, 262pp., R.350.00.

Hrangkhuma, F. ed., Christianity in India: Search for Liberation and Identity. Delhi, CMS/ISPCK, 1998, 337pp., R. 125.00.

Jesuraja, A., Glimpses of the Divine: Reflections on Revelation and Liberation through Science. Delhi, ISPCK, 1998, 231pp., R.95.00.

Kretzschmar, Louise, Privatization of the Christian Faith: Mission, Social Ethics and the South African Baptists. …

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