B. E. BHARATHI NUTHALAPATI holds a PhD in Church History from Fuller Theological Seminary, California, USA, and has several academic articles published in the USA and India. As well as being a visiting professor teaching History of Christianity, she also provides academic book reviews and teaches seminars in India and around the world. Her ministry includes counseling families and individuals in south India.
This is one of the more important books to appear in recent years, lling in a gap in the contemporary accounting of India's newer, indigenous churches. It should be read by theologians, missionaries, and seminary students alike. Professor Cecil M. Robeck, Jr. PhD Fuller Theological Seminary, California, USA For all those interested in deepening their knowledge of the varieties of religious experience in the wonder that is India, and for those concerned about indigenous ways in which the Christian faith has been fostered in interaction with inter- and intra-faith realities, this book o ers much sustenance to accompany this journey, and I warmly recommend it to practitioners and researchers alike. Rev J. Jayakiran Sebastian, DTh Lutheran Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania, USA