A lively, varied range of scholarly activities is gathered today under the title of "Hindu-Christian studies." Indeed, we find as many different approaches and interests surfacing in this field as can be found in other areas of theology and the study of religion. The wealth of material that deals with the study of the religions grouped loosely under the titles of "Hinduism" and "Christianity" is itself enormous and still growing. Now, in addition, many of us are documenting and predicting the relationships among these religions: monographs, collections of essays and, most recently, this journal, all offer us considerations of how the religions have interacted, how they are similar and differ, what the implications of the growing mutual information and respect are, etc.
Clooney, Francis X.
"The Transformation of the Scholar as a Factor in Hindu-Christian Studies,"
Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies:
Vol. 3, Article 3.
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.7825/2164-6279.1026