Singapore’s megachurches move to export lucrative religion

source:  http://in.reuters.com/article/2014/03/06/singapore-megachurches-idINDEEA2504N20140306     (Reuters) - "God is here, God is here," croons Singapore church official Sun Ho as she struts across a neon-lit stage and thousands of people in the congregation pump their hands and sing along. Kong Hee, the church's founding pastor and ... Read More

NGO Monitor: U.S., U.K., Netherlands fund anti-Israel ‘Christ at the Checkpoint’ conference

source: http://www.jns.org/latest-articles/2014/3/6/ngo-monitor-us-uk-netherlands-fund-anti-israel-christ-at-the-checkpoint-conference#.UxjFYYUeXcQ   By Sean Savage/JNS.org The U.S., U.K., and Dutch governments are helping to fund an upcoming conference called “Christ at the Checkpoint,” which attempts to sway Evangelical Christian opinion against Israel and whose themes have anti-Semitic undertones, according to a new report ... Read More

New Christian political party launched in Hyderabad

source: Times of India, Feb 22, 2014  http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/hyderabad/New-political-party-launched-in-Hyderabad/articleshow/30853956.cms HYDERABAD: Indian Christian Secular Party (ICSP), a national party to fight elections with Christian principles to get representation in state assemblies and the parliament was launched at a public meeting organised at Nizam ... Read More

Christian missionary deserts Assam kids

source:  The Asian Age, Feb 25, 2014 When government is proposing right to education for every child, mothers in Assam are forced to sell their children due to poverty and illiteracy. Pointing out that at least three-four instances of mother selling their ... Read More

Nepal: Speedy Religious conversion taking place, claims Kamal

source:  Telegraph, Nepal  Feb 24, 2014 In a well-planned and organized manner, said Chairman Kamal Thapa of fourth largest party in the newly elected constituent assembly, Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal, religious conversion is taking place in the country. Read More

From the archive, 17 April 1953: India warns missionaries no evangelising, no politics

source: the Guardian,   17 April 2013   The government of India is keeping a close vigil on the activities of missionaries within its borders Dr Katju, India's Minister for Home Affairs and Law, has told Parliament that, while everyone in India was ... Read More

Freelancers of God – Independent churches mushroom across India attracting foreign funds

   source: India today, April 30, 2011 Off a thinly inhabited road at Gurala village in Amritsar, Punjab, Karnail Singh holds his parishioners as a conductor holds his devoted audience. "Praise the Lord," he chants. A group of 150 men and women ... Read More

Taking ‘ghar wapsi’ legacy forward

source:  The Times of India, Jan 14, 2014 RAIPUR: Amid chanting of religious hymns, late BJP leader Dilip Singh Judeo's son washed feet of tribal Christians on Sunday to mark their return to Hinduism at a Hindu religious meet organized ... Read More

Homophobia in Uganda: Is Christianity the problem or the solution?

source :  Namugongolife I would imagine that most of you are pretty familiar with the so-called ‘Anti-homosexuality Bill’ that is currently on the table in the Ugandan parliament. It is basically a law, that will get passed at some point or ... Read More

Missionary back from India (in the name of saving girls)

(CW Editor's note:  This is a cock-and-bull story created by missionaries to enter India on visitor visa as India doesn't give missionary visas.  The modus operandi of missionaries is 1) portray target heathen regions as  problem areas 2) setup Non-Governmental ... Read More
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