CHURCH IS AGAINST CONVERSION, SUPPORTS MAKING CONVERSIONS ILLEGAL 07/02/2009


by Moody Adams
“Prominent Hindu leaders had urged Chief Minister of southern Indian state of Karnataka to enact law banning conversions in hope of stopping Hindus converting to Christianity, causing great concerns for Christians, reports the Christian Post

The National Council of Churches in India told Christian Today India: “Church is against conversion. It is unethical and unchristian. We never believe nor recommend forceful conversions. It is plainly used to accuse Christians who are part of 'growing development' in this nation.”

Hindu leaders are panicking over the many members of their faith converting to Christianity. Burning Christian’s homes, driving them from their villages and even killing them, has failed to stop the growth of Christianity, so now they are appealing to the government to make it illegal for a Hindu to accept Christ.

When Christians refuse to compromise, they suffer as Christ did, but they also gain many converts.


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