Understanding Your Hindu Neighbour

Understanding Your Hindu Neighbour

Explains the beliefs and customs of Hinduism, through a look at the life of a typical Hindu family. For pupils aged 11-12.

Author: John Ewan

Publisher: Lutterworth Press

ISBN: 0718818008

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 56

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Explains the beliefs and customs of Hinduism for pupils aged 11-12.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Routledge Library Editions Education and Religion

Routledge Library Editions  Education and Religion

... for Mum ( Hindu ) Wedding Day ( Hindu ) Matza and Bitter Herbs ( Jewish ) Ananada in Sri Lanka Hinduism Islam Buddhism Judaism C Lawton ( 1984 ) M Aggarwal ( 1984 ) O Robinson ( 1985 ) Neighbour Understanding Your Hindu Neighbour ...

Author: Various

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9780429508608

Category: Education

Page: 2250

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The 10 volumes in this set, originally published between 1965 and 1994, draw together research by leading academics in the area of religious education and provides a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volumes examine the teaching of world faiths in schools, religious education in both primary and secondary schools, and the teaching of morality. This set will be of particular interest to students of Education and Religious Studies.
Categories: Education

Religious Education 5 12

Religious Education 5 12

... Hinduism Islam Buddhism Judaism Understanding Your Neighbour Series 9-H Understanding Your Jewish M Domnitz (1974) Neighbour Understanding Your Muslim M and M Iqbal (1976) Neighbour Understanding Your Hindu J Ewen (1977) Neighbour ...

Author: Derek Bastide

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429638091

Category: Education

Page: 202

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First published in 1987. The book is intended for class teachers (and trainee teachers) in primary schools who wish to teach religious education well but are unclear as to how they might. Firstly, this book maps out the changes that had taken place with regard to changing aims and objectives in the subject; children and their understanding of religion; and the broadening understanding of the notion of religion and considers the implications of these for the teacher. Secondly, it investigates ways in which the teacher can approach religion in the classroom. It develops five complementary approaches: thematic work, world religions, festivals, the Bible and biography. These are illustrated with numerous examples. There are also many accounts of successful pieces of teaching. Thirdly, the book recognizes that many teachers are not confident themselves in the world of religion and attempts to provide information and understanding at the teacher’s own level. Overall the book sets out to be a straightforward, practical guide to the primary classroom teacher. It aims to provide a framework (rather than a straitjacket) in which teachers of different styles and from different backgrounds can work.
Categories: Education

Chapatis for Tea

Chapatis for Tea

A practical book for people who want to reach their Hindu friends. The first part deals with understanding Hinduism while the second part is a step-by-step process for evangelism.

Author: Ram Gidoomal


ISBN: 1897913079

Category: Hinduism

Page: 180

View: 346

Categories: Hinduism

Kansas in August

Kansas in August

Hilary had read a teach-oneself course on Understanding Your Hindu Neighbours; he pressed his hands together also. 'Namaskaras Shrimati Sharma,' he said, smiling. 'Hello, Hilary,' she replied. Beneath her sari he could see the toes of ...

Author: Patrick Gale

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472255556

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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Patrick Gale's KANSAS IN AUGUST is a witty, warm novel of childhood and abandonment 'Modern, excellent and sympathetic' Stephen Fry Musical-obsessed Hilary Metcalfe, abandoned by his lover Rufus on his birthday, gets drunk, discovers a baby and brings it home to his flat above a corner shop to provide comfort and company. Rufus, meanwhile, allows himself to be seduced by a frivolous young woman, who is actually Hilary's professional, high-powered sister, romancing under a pseudonym to escape the reality of her own loneliness. In this witty, bawdy slice of sex and lies, the trio will find themselves drawn together ever more tightly by the lures of hedonism, self-delusion and the inescapable desire to be needed.
Categories: Fiction

Living Water and Indian Bowl

Living Water and Indian Bowl

This basic fact of human nature is a major stumbling block in building positive relationships with Hindu neighbors . Reaching your neighbor for Christ is an art . Rising above the normal human nature , we must try to reach them as God ...

Author: Dayanand Bharati

Publisher: William Carey Library

ISBN: 0878086110

Category: Christianity and other religions

Page: 196

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This is an insightful analysis based on personal experience of Christian work among Hindus and the error and inadequacy of Western Christianity in the Hindu world. Numerous anecdotes are the greatest strength of this important book. "He presents the transcultural Good News in culturally understandable ways for the India of the 21st century." -H. Stanley Wood, Center for New Church Development, Columbia Theological Seminary
Categories: Christianity and other religions

Gods Many and Lords Many

Gods Many and Lords Many


Author: John Ferguson

Publisher: Lutterworth Press

ISBN: UCAL:B3934126

Category: Religion

Page: 142

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An enlightened and enlightening study of primal religions, introducing the reader to countless expressions of religious faith from all over the world.
Categories: Religion

Beyond Boundaries

Beyond Boundaries

Do you have a give and take relationship with the Hindu neighbours ? For example , borrowing and lending in need ? 7. Do your children visit the Hindu families to play with their children and visa - versa ? 8 . If some of your Hindu ...

Author: Maria A. David

Publisher: ISPCK

ISBN: 8184650019

Category: Basic Christian communities

Page: 324

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Study conducted in theKanniyākumāri District of Tamil Nadu, India.
Categories: Basic Christian communities

The Hindu Self and Its Muslim Neighbors

The Hindu Self and Its Muslim Neighbors

Even if you are utterly destitute and have no place to rest your head, do not fear—but you must not bow your head ... We Muslims are envious of the progress made by our Hindu neighbors and Hindus do not respect us when they see us in ...

Author: Ankur Barua

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781793642592


Page: 250

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The Hindu Self and its Muslim Neighbors sketches the contours of relations between Hindus and Muslims in Bengal. The central argument is that these relations are marked by various patterns of amicability and antipathy which emerge at dynamic intersections between Hindu self-understandings and social shifts on contested landscapes.