Sathianathan Clarke teaches theology at United Theological College, Bangalore, India. This paper was presented in a less detailed and systematic form at Kodaikanal International School (Tamilnadu) at the annual faculty workshop on 16 July 1999, and at the national consultation on “Religious Liberty and Human Rights” in Bangalore organized by NCCI (India). I am grateful to Dr Paul Wiebe, principal (KIS), and Rev. Chandran Paul Martin, executive secretary (NCCI), for the opportunity to work on these issues.
Religious Liberty in Contemporary India
The Human Right to be Religiously Different
Version of Record online: 26 MAR 2009
2000 World Council of Churches
The Ecumenical Review
Volume 52, Issue 4, pages 479–489, October 2000
How to Cite
Clarke, S. (2000), Religious Liberty in Contemporary India. The Ecumenical Review, 52: 479–489. doi: 10.1111/j.1758-6623.2000.tb00058.x
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