Author: Sadu Sundar Singh
Consisting of three of his works: Parables and Insights, At The Feet of the Master, & The Visions of Sadhu Sundar Singh of India.Sadhu Sundar Singh disappeared in the foothills of the Himalayas in 1929. As a Christian witness he had been rejected as well as welcomed, persecuted, and even left for dead. By many missionaries and even Indian Christian leaders he had been regarded as a highly eccentric convert, totally out of step with contemporary Christianity as he wandered the roads in his yellow robe and turban. And yet, even though he never heard the later vogue-word 'indigenisation,' he had done more than any man in the first half of the twentieth century to establish that 'Jesus belongs to India.' He made it clear that Christianity is not an imported, alien, foreign religion but is indigenous to Indian needs, aspirations, and faith. He remains one of the permanently significant figures of Indian Christianity.