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See Wilfred's important study, 23 years later, of pubic theology as true and transforming religious pluralism: Asian Public Theology: Critical Concerns in Challenging Times (New Delhi: ISPCK 2010) chap.
Boyd, An Introduction to Indian Christian Theology (repr, Delhi: ISPCK, 2000).
11) Wilfred Felix, Margins: Sites of Asian Theologies (Delhi: ISPCK, 2008) xvi.
Sugirtharajah and Cecil Hargreaves, Readings in Indian Christian Theology (Delhi: ISPCK, 1993).
The proceedings are published by ISPCK, Delhi, in the FOIM series.
68) For a study on this theme see J Thomas, From Lausanne to Manila: Evangelical Social Thought, ISPCK, New Delhi (2003).
33) Max Warren, Theology of Attention (Madras: Christian Literature Society and ISPCK, 1971), p.
England, The Hidden History of Christianity in Asia: The Churches Before 1500, ISPCK, Delhi (1996), p.
Chennai: Institute of Dialogue with Cultures and Religions; Delhi: ISPCK, 2003.
New Ecclesiological Christologies in the Context of HIV Positive Communities (Dehli: ISPCK, 2012), which brings together significant theorists and theologians of the HIV positive theology.
11) For a detailed discussion on "kenotic anthropocentrism," see my Green Liberation, ISPCK, New Delhi (2000).
Ecclesia of Women in Asia: Gathering the Voices of the Silenced (Delhi: ISPCK, 2005); Agnes Brazal and Andrea Lizares Si, Body and Sexuality (Manila: Ateneo de Manila, 2007); Sharon Bong and Pushpa Joseph, eds.