Gandhi - Part 2: Chapters 22 and 23 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapters 22 and 23 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 22: Jesus Christ and Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi admires Christ. When asked if he's a Christian, he replies that he is a Hindu, a Christian, a Jew and a Moslem. He is an enigma since he is not a Christian, yet he is the most Christ-like man on earth. A famous Christian lecturer dedicates a book to Gandhi writing, "To Mahatma Gandhi who Made Jesus and His Message Real to Me." One of Gandhi's closest associates is Charles Freer Andrews, a Christian missionary. Gandhi once considered converting to Christianity but could not reconcile himself to the fact that God had only one Son—why not more?

Although very critical of the west, Gandhi knows that there are many problems existing in his own country. Through the years, Gandhi has grown increasingly critical of the West. Although he...

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