In this volume, a number of research papers of eminent scholars emphasizing on theoretical conception and practical implication of humanistic approach in world religions are presented. Acceptance of the oneness of mankind is the first fundamental prerequisite for reorganisation of the world religions. Humanism is a continual effort on the part of man to redeem himself as a creature of rich potentiality--an endeavour that is directed towards making man in its most comprehensive sense. In all phases of historical development, humanism has had to reckon with forces or factors that have been subversive of its characteristic thrust towards the betterment of the human condition.
About the Author:
G.B. GUPTA is an eminent scholar and great exponent of humanist theology. He has written a number of research papers published in journals of national and international repute. Presently, he is working as a lecturer in English Literature in Gulborga University, Gulborga and the editor of Journal of Indian Writing in English.S.K. BANERJI is a former IFS Officer and a follower of Sri Aurobindo. He is great exponent of humanist theology and Aurbindo philosophy. He has written and edited a number of books and research papers published in journals of national and international repute. He also organises religious discourses and seminars.