Looking at Hinduism: Part 3

Published 17th June 2019 - Brian N. | Series: Looking at Hinduism

Faith is a way of life for Hindus and not seperate from daily life. Faith involves the whole family, with each member having a different role. In this collectivist way of life, family is of upmost importance. Being shunned is equal to having nothing and being nothing.

What would it be like for a Hindu to leave a safe, know community and join a foreign one? In this video Dr Brian N. discusses Hindu identity and the consequences of following Christ.

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