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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

March of Missionaries in India: God's Moment for India

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"Attached is a link to a Christian Magazine called Charisma. Please read the article about the progress Christianity has made in India in the recent years - starts on page 26 (God's Moment for India). This is a must read article that summarizes the astonishing progress made by missionaries within the last decade. This article claims that Orissa is now 28% Christian. You should also read the article on page 6 ("They Burn Bibles in India). There are several reasons for this astronomical success; the key reasons are the following."

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At 6/22/2009 09:13:00 PM, Anonymous christian magazine said...

working in a christian magazine, i know how you feel.. it is hard yet very a very fulfilling calling..

 
At 7/04/2009 11:48:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please publish this article in all news papers. I don't know how to make this "evangelical business" understand god is one irrespective of religion you follow. Infact, Jesus is like every other god in hinduism or anyother philosophy. If anybody really want to know how jesus is hindu, look at the founding principles of christianity(like holy trinity.etc.. these are imported from hinduism). These christian clergies will never stop unless people rise their voice. So make them aware of it.

 
At 2/16/2010 06:23:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel bad for you, but you have also killed, converted and attacked many people. You also have a cruel caste system and you dont look after the poor.

 

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