Towards Christo-Ethics in Context is creative and committed theological response to the rampant corruption that has haunted the public life of the Christian population in Nagaland. The book attempts to conceive a contextual Christian ethics that resonates from the living realities of the Naga people. An unsetting, yet stimulating reading.
Dr. Gladson Jathanna
Senior Lecture and HoD
Dept. of History of Christianity and Mission Studies
The Pacific Theological College, Fiji Islands
This book engages in formulating a contextually relevant christology adopting the Ao concept of "O" which literally means "word" in the context of the Naga Christians' understanding of "Nagaland for Christ." This is a promising work which will help Naga Christians in envisioning and becoming truly committed followers of Jesus Christ. I applaud Bendangsashi for this invaluable contribution!
Rev. Dr. Yangkahao Vashum
Professor, Systematic Theology
Eastern Theological College
1, Nagaland for Christ: Origin and Development
2. Issue of Corruption in Nagaland
3. Christo-Ethical Reading of Nagaland for Christ
4. Re-Imaging "Nagaland for Christ"