Language : English | Author : none
|Book Name :||Interreligious Marriages in India|
|Weight (In gms) :||250|
|Book Ref Number :||ISBN|
|Number of Pages :||160|
• This book on Interreligious marriages in India helps people see their importance in building community. • The researched articles in the book will show that Interreligious marriages, though fascinating, implies the hard truth that it is not just enough to fall in love before getting married across cultures but to find ways to sustain such love-relationship and the interfaith situation in families throughout life. • The practical tips given at the end of the book will be useful to those already intending to marry across religious borders, especially to manage hardships, questions, and doubts in the course of married life.
Vincent Sekhar is a Jesuit priest and is the Executive Director & Dean of Research in the Institute of Dialogue with Cultures and Religions (IDCR), a Ph.D. Research Institute on Comparative Religion and Culture, recognized by the University of Madras and located in Loyola College, Chennai. He is also the Secretary of the Commission for Interreligious Dialogue in the South Asian Jesuit Assistancy. Qualified as a specialist in Jain-Buddhist, and Interreligious studies he undertook post-doctoral researches in Woodstock Theological Center, Georgetown University, Washington DC, taught in Fordham University, New York, and lectured at Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, Washington DC, and in the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture, Seattle University, Seattle.
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