Archive for the ‘Response’ Category

Swami to stop Dalit religious conversion

source:? Times of India, Aug 27, 2010 MYSORE: Seeking to curb religious conversion and encourage Dalit communities to join the mainstream, Pejawar mutt seer Vishwesha Teertha Swami on Friday visited a Dalit colony and promised to champion their cause. ?

Belgium: Amid sex scandals, de-baptism gains favor

source:? GlobalPost, Sept 14, 2010 Child sex abuse, and other church failings, lead Belgians to formally renounce religion.   BRUSSELS, Belgium ? Faced with ever-more harrowing revelations of child sex abuse by Roman Catholic clergymen, Belgians are turning in record numbers to apostasy ? formally breaking with their religion through a process of ?de-baptism.? ?It […]

Senior Sadhvi raises the problem of Christian conversions in Bastar

source:? April 22, 2010 (Watch the video by clicking on the source link)   Bodh Mayi Ganga Maa Pragya Devi Her disciples have the most interesting stories to?narrate about her. She belongs to a royal family, they say, and her father was an inspector general of police. Maa Pragya gave up a cushy life […]

People march against conversion

source:,? Apr 13, 2010 Madikeri, Karnataka, Apr 13 : Various organizations, including Tribes took out a March at Thithimathi to protest against the conversion going on in the area.


source πŸ˜• The star of Mysore, Apr 6, 2010 Ponnampet (Kodagu), Apr. 6 (KMC)- BJP activists of Balele Karmad village in Virajpet taluk here have unearthed conversion racket in which 13 persons were caught in the act and handed over to the Police yesterday.  

What is the real problem with evangelism overseas by U.S. religious groups?

source:? Washington Post, March 6, 2010 When we started our weekly online religion section, "On Faith," Newsweek Editor Jon Meacham and I agreed to co-moderate a regular panel of distinguished religion scholars. The idea was to create a diverse assembly of religious voices. The result has been a wonderful running conversation on belief or lack […]

Missionaries Face Fines for Sharing Their Faith

source: The Moscow Times, December 3, 2009 By Alexander Bratersky Ordinary believers face fines for sharing their faith with strangers in the metro or on the street under amendments drafted by the Justice Ministry that are stirring worries among Protestant groups about a clampdown on religious freedom.  

Los Angeles Episcopal Bishop Offers Apology to Hindus over Conversion Attempts

source: Virtue Online, Sept 29, 2009 The ultra liberal Episcopal Bishop of Los Angeles J. Jon Bruno offered a formal apology to Hindus for centuries-old acts of religious discrimination including attempts by Christians to convert them. He then authorized a joint Hindu-Anglican service at St John's Cathedral in Los Angeles permitting Hindu devotees to receive […]

Religious Conflicts: One God, two humanities

source: Vijayavani, March 18, 2009 β€œIn the night, we stumble over the things and become acutely conscious of their separateness. But the day reveals to us the great unity which combines them all. Similarly, the man who is enlightened at once realizes the spiritual unity reigning supreme over all the differences of races, creeds and […]

Tension grips Jamalpur following forced conversion

source: Indian Express, March 17, 2009 Ludhiana Tension gripped the Economic Weaker Section (EWS) colony in Jamalpur on the Chandigarh Road following allegations and counter allegations of forced conversion to Christianity and subsequent destroying of Bible scriptures.

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