Interreligious → Hinduism

Hindu Influence (as for non-Hindus) within Indian Culture/Religion: A Few Insights

July 3, 2021

I wrote this paper for a course titled “Dynamics of Hindu-Christian Interaction” taught by Prof. Bradley Malkovsky, taken at the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN in July of 1995. This study earned credit with my DMin program at Western Theological Seminary. I had in mind insight that might be useful for western Mennonites […]

Interfaith Issues for Global Mennonites and Brethren In Christ

February 23, 2021

Focus on Hindu, Buddhist, and Sikh religions Workshop led at Mennonite World Conference, July 2015 Please find the MWC Workshop content with this title on the Website category Mennonite.  

Hinduism: Presentation to a small, Informal, Interfaith Group of Women

February 22, 2021

February 17, 2021, 3:00 p.m. via Google Meet Introduction Never having met this women’s group, I made a few statements of personal introduction about my sincere interest in Hinduism. Time did not permit presenting all of this basic content. Any person who would present this broad content would offer diverse explanations for specific items. I […]

Rhythm within National Religions: Example Hinduism

November 25, 2020

This handout was prepared for my booth about World Religions for Goshen’s Diversity Day that focused Rhythm as the theme. Rhythms exist not only in Sound— like rain falling on a tin roof, large rocks being pounded into smaller stones, three typists creating manuscripts. They also mark Diversity (subdivisions of types) in Repetition, in Color, […]

Glimpses of Mennonite Engagement with Hindu Thought and Practice

September 20, 2020

This article appears in Anabaptist Witness, 2/1, April 2015, 77-98. This article highlights a few entries from my two-hundred-page book titled Mennonites Encounter Hinduism An Annotated Bibliography, self-published in 2015. John and I first lived in India for three years from 1962-65 when teaching at Woodstock School in the Himalayan foothills. I have returned to […]