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‘Eppadium’ (Anyhow), the most recent novel of Fr Mark Stephen.

NULL WIELDING the pen with power and determination to smash the injustice and discrimination against Dalit Christians and other oppressed masses is part of the priestly duties of Fr Mark Stephen. When he was the parish priest of Ongur, a predominantly Dalit Christian village in the Chengalpattu diocese, during 1984-1990, he followed with utmost concern… Read More »

Caste divide

NULL Tensions run high within the Christian community in Thachur village, and the government has adopted a hands-off approach for now. A. MURALITHARAN The Roman Catholic church at Thachur village. THE wrinkles on S. Royappan’s face are a result of advancing age, but the ridges and furrows in them tell a story of humiliation of… Read More »

Our Public Schools Their Mission Field

NULL ?The Gospel has been taught freely in public schools all over the world for some time. Now children in the U.S. have that opportunity, too!? ? from the Child Evangelism Fellowship website A fundamentalist Christian organization, Child Evangelism Fellowship, has recently ramped up their presence on public grade school campuses. They are emboldened by… Read More »

Behold the richest pastors in Nigeria!

NULL The common saying, ‘As poor as a church rat’ is fast losing its proverbial essence, given the assets churches and their leaders parade today. To disprove the saying, Opeyemi Adesina, Tayo Salami and Chika Morkah, using additional Internet sources, identify four Nigerian pastors who are not only rich but are setting the pace in… Read More »

The Insidiousness of an Only Pathway to God

NULL Can it be true, according to the Bible, that God can only have one human form? The answer is obviously no, because Jesus said he will come again as a thief in the night, meaning that he will not be recognized in his new form, but only by his works they shall know him.… Read More »

India has no reason to be grateful to Mother Teresa

NULL "India, especially Calcutta, is seen as the main beneficiary of Mother Teresa’s legendary ‘good work’ for the poor that made her the most famous Catholic of our times, a Nobel Peace Prize Winner and a living saint. Evaluating what she has actually done here, I think, India has no reason to be grateful to… Read More »

Vishal Arora: A Christian fundamentalist masquerading as a journalist – Exposed

(Please check the source URL for the complete article which contains photos and videos) (Readers may also check Vishal Arora – In Conclusion Vishal Arora has gone to great extents to package and present himself and his writings as unbiased and neutral. This couldn?t be further from the truth. Vishal Arora is a Christian… Read More »

what is wrong with missionaries? A self-defeating zeal

NULL In the words of Ashoka, whoever praises his own religion and condemns others only harms his cause The small American town where I grew up was dominated by evangelical and pentecostal Christians. And every Sunday these good people would pack the town’s churches, where they were called to go forth and bring more souls… Read More »