Things They Don’t Tell You About Christianity

South Korea is notorious for the zeal with which converted Koreans turn against their former beliefs. Presbyterian and newly Christened Koreans of other denominations regularly burnt down the same shrines (Buddhist and native Korean) that they used to attend before their conversion. These well-documented cases often showed that the converts are incited to burn or otherwise damage their former temples, as a sign of their love for Christ and hatred for their former Korean religions which they are taught to believe is demonic.

In case such intolerance in the present-day is hard to believe, see images of some of the innumerable desecrations at Pictures from Buddhism under attack http://www.buddhapia.com/eng/tedesco/pic1/list.html.

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