The Son of God for the Secular Age
The image of Jesus as divine has endured for 2,000 years, but how, in the light of the Holocaust and other atrocities, can it be reconciled with the modern world? Drawing on acute searching as a believer and a wide range of scholarship from Bonhoeffer onwards, James Carroll brings into focus a view of Jesus that is both true to the classical tradition and relevant to the 21st century.
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.