The Christ of India: The Story of Saint Thomas Christianity by Abbot George Burke (Swami Nirmalananda Giri)

The Christ of India: The Story of Saint Thomas Christianity

By Abbot George Burke (Swami Nirmalananda Giri)

  • Release Date: 2016-07-23
  • Genre: Bible Studies
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Description

There is a strong connection between Jesus and India, both historically and philosophically. And his disciple, Saint Thomas, who was the apostle of India, built upon the foundation of that connection. The result is that unique form of Christianity known as Saint Thomas Christianity.

In The Christ of India, Abbot George Burke presents the growing evidence that Jesus spent much of his “Lost Years” in India and Tibet, and reveals the philosophical unity of Jesus’ teachings with the Eternal Way of Truth known in India as Sanatana Dharma. The history of Saint Thomas Christianity from the times of Jesus and Saint Thomas to the present day is also outlined.

The Christ of India: The Story of Saint Thomas Christianity includes the following:

• The Christ of India, about the Essene roots of Jesus and the early Christians; the spiritual training of Jesus; The "lost years" of Jesus, with much information never before gathered together in one place; Jesus' return to the West, and how his teachings were misunderstood; Jesus' return to India after his resurrection; and much more.
• The Apostle of India, about how Jesus' apostle Saint Thomas went to India, and how the Christianity which grew up in India had a totally unique character compared to elsewhere in the world; the history of Saint Thomas Christianity in India and the story of mission from the Church of India to America in the 1800's and what happened to it.
• Basic Beliefs of Saint Thomas Christianity, and
• The Saint Thomas Christian View of Dharma

Those who find themselves attracted to both Jesus and the Dharma of India will find this book fascinating and illuminating.

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