A Short Course in Christian Doctrine
Written for 'those concerned with the practice of Christian communicative action rather than its theoretical analysis', this introduction to the process of teaching draws on Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox traditions, together with the work of philosophers such as Habermas and Heidegger, to illuminate discussions of homiletics, spirituality and the place of religion in our cultural, ethical and political lives.
Race, Religion, and Law in Colonial India
Trials of an Interracial Family
Examining the story of a South Indian interracial family in the mid 19th century, this study addresses issues such as how British rule transformed persons from lower social classes and whether Indians could rise in the world by marrying Europeans.