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INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE SERIES
This series attempts to facilitate an effective and fruitful dialogue between religions. Most of the material at the source level is intended for anyone who is interested in purposeful dialogue across religions. The essays and articles have been prepared by various scholars in their respective fields.

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This series attempts to facilitate an effective and fruitful dialogue between religions. Most of the material at the source level is intended for anyone who is interested in purposeful dialogue across religions. The essays and articles have been prepared by various scholars in their respective fields.
This book comprises 18 scholarly papers, each one unfolding a specific realm of spirituality, and affords the richness of the Christian Patristic as well as various Hindu traditions.
ISBN 81-7495-026-5
Divine Grace and Human Response Ed: Cletus M. Vadakkekara
The studies in this volume cover a wide range of teachings on Divine Grace from the Bible and the Fathers, and the main schools of Hindu thought, revealing an extraordinary degree of parallel doctrine in Christian and Hindu traditions. ISBN 81-
This book on monastic themes continues the kind of creative conversation as the previous volumes do, and is offered as a paradigm of the struggle to arrive at deeper inter-religious understanding. ISBN 81-7495-019-2

Purusa: Treading the Razor’s Edge Toward Selfhood
The Self and Self-Experience in Islamic and Hindu Mysticism Thomas Mooren
The author sojourns the realms of Indian Upanishads and Islamic Sufism in pursuit of the Self and Self-Experience—”the essential feature of the basic mystical attitude in Hinduism and Islam”—on the border between God and humankind. This definitely provides a platform for Inter-religious dialogue. ISBN 81-7495-027-3

Contents

FOREWORD
George Gispert-Sauch, S.J.
INTRODUCTION
Section 1
HINDU TRADITION
1. The Doctrine of Grace in the Bhagavad-Gita
—Subhash Anand 1
2. Grace in the Visistadvaita Tradition:
The Sankalpa-Suryodayam
— George Gispert-Sauch. S.J. 17
3. Madhva’s Theology of Transcendent Grace
—EricJ.Lott 51
4. Grace in Saiva Siddhanta
—Ignatius Hirudayam, S.J. 67
5. Anugraha’ in the Bhagavata Purana
—Subhash Anand
87
6. The Hindu Doctrine of Karma and the Christian Faith in
Grace —Ignatius Puthiadam, S.J. 97
7. Mukti and Grace
—Ignatius Hirudayam, S.J.
137
8. Self-Effort, Yoga and Grace in Hinduism
— T.K. John, S.J. 165
Section II
CHRISTIAN TRADITION 195-450
A. Grace in the Bible 195-318

9. Sacred History and the Revelation of God’s Grace – K. Luke . OFM Cap 195

10. Grace in Jeremiah
– John Kurichiyanil, O S B 221

11 Grace in the Psalms
– A. Mariaselvam 235
12 Grace in St. Pual
– Francis Pereira S.J. 255
13 Grace in LK – Acts
– L. Legrand , MEP 287
14 The Johannine Theology of Grace
– Mathew Vellanickal 299

B. Fathers of the Church on Grace
319-450
1. Grace in the Theology of Irenaeus
—Ignatius Puthiadam, S.J. 319
2. The Theology of Grace According to St. Athanasius
—James Aerthail, C.M.I. 353
3. Grace in the Works of St. Augustine
—Basil Studer, O.S.B. 367
4. Grace in the Teaching of the Cappadocian Fathers
— V.C. Samuel 389
1 9. The Theology of Grace of St. John Chrysostom
—Paul B. Kadicheeni, C.M.I. 401
4. Doctrine of Grace in St. Bernard
—Sr. Marie-Bernard Said, O.S.B. 419
4. Towards an Indian Theology of Grace
—Subhash Anand 441
INDEX 451

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