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"Freedom to convert" is counterproductive as a generalized doctrine. It fails to come to terms with the complex interrelationships between self and society that make the concept of individual choice meaningful. Hence, religious conversion undermines, and in extremes would dissolve, that individual autonomy and human freedom.

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Erroneous report on the Indian Embassy Website

"In India, preaching one's faith, religious or political, is neither against the law nor against cultural mores. Thus have spread diverse sects under the broad umbrella of Hinduism, eg the Ramakrishna Mission, or the Arya Samaj, as well as those of Buddhism, Islam and Christianity. However, preaching by offering rewards or issuing threats is a crime. Political Hindu zealots raise precisely this allegation against Christian missionary activity in India but are not taken seriously."

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