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Prof Daniel Jeyaraj

Professor of World Christianity and Director of Andrew F. Walls Center for the Study of African and Asian Christianity, Liverpool Hope University


Dr Theol (Germany), Dr Habil (Germany), PhD (Mumbai/Bombay, India), DD (hc Chennai, India)
Professor of World Christianity and Director of Andrew F. Walls Center for the Study of African and Asian Christianity, Liverpool Hope University
Also: Licensed Priest in the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool
Formerly: Priest/ Presbyter in the Diocese of Tirunelveli, Church of South India
Areas: Histories, expressions and theological articulations of non-western Christians living in multi-religious and multi-cultural societies in the Global South. The growth and witness of various non-Western Christian communities in Diaspora
Regions: India
Publications: ‘Bartholomäus Ziegenbalgs Genealogie der malabarischen Götter—Edition der Orginalfassung von 1713 mit Einleitung, Analyse und Glossar Halle (Saale): Verlag der Franckeschen Stiftungen’. 2003. ‘Genealogy of the South Indian Deities’An English translation of Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg's original German manuscript with a textual analysis and glossary, London, New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2005. ‘A German Exploration of Indian Society: Ziegenbalg’s “Malabarian Heathenism”’An annotated English translation with an introduction and a glossary, Chennai: The Mylapore Institute for Indigenous Studies, 2006. ‘Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg: the Father of Modern Protestant Mission—An Indian Assessment’. New Delhi: Indian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Published for Gurukul Lutheran Theological College, 2006. ‘ Kataloge der tamilischen Palmblatt- und Papipermanuskripte im Archiv der Franckeschen Stiftungen, Halle (Saale)’ (i.e., “Catalogues for Tamil Palm leaf and Paper manuscripts in the Archives of the Francke Foundations in Halle/Saale”)

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