Once again, it gives me great joy to release the December 2019 (Vol. 4. No. 2) of Nidan. We have continued our theme on Indian Christians. In this issue, we have focused on why Pentecostal Christianity matters in India, we have dug deeper in to the cultural translation of the Bible in the former Portuguese Goa, we have explored
how Indian Christianity could entrench itself through inculturation, and how that inculturation could happen through the adoption of the age old Ashram tradition of India. While these issues focus on Christianity in the broader context of Hindu culture, we also focused on the internal issues that matter to the Indian Christian church as a whole.