Minorities’ Defense of Indian Secularism

David Singh’s paper on ‘Emerging Cooperation among Minorities [including Christian] in Defense of Indian Secularism since the Adoption of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) under the BJP’ has now been published as Chapter 2 of World Christianity and Interfaith Relations, a multi volume series World Christianity and Public Religion: ‘Authors work at the intersections of freedom and Nationalism, peace and reconciliation, and gender, ecology, and ethnography to contend that religion is in fact deeply integrated into the lives of those in the Global South, even though “secularism”–a political philosophy that requires the state to treat all religions equally–predominates in many of the regions.’

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