Tag Archives: Proselytization

Christian Conversion Project: Conversion Facts

• US $145 Billion are spent annually for missionary activities. • Every year, churches around the world perform US $1.1 billion worth of research in 3,000 languages,covering 180 religious topics for conversion purposes. • Missionary literature in today’s libraries number … Continue reading

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Buddhist Fundamentalism?

There are innumerable accounts in the international media and academia on aggression against religious minorities, especially the Muslims, in the Buddhist majority countries in South and Southeast Asia. They report incitement of violence by ‘militant’ Buddhist monks of the the … Continue reading

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Kathleen Taylor, Neuroscientist, Says Religious Fundamentalism Could Be Treated As A Mental Illness

An Oxford University researcher and author specializing in neuroscience has suggested that one day religious fundamentalism may be treated as a curable mental illness. Kathleen Taylor, who describes herself as a "science writer affiliated to the Department of Physiology, Anatomy … Continue reading

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Public School Proselytizing Sparks Lawsuit in Miss. USA

The Rankin County, Miss., School District is facing a federal lawsuit because it allegedly sanctioned coercive proselytizing during three mandatory assemblies at Northwest Rankin High School in Flowood. The American Humanist Association (AHA) charged that Principal Charles Frazier and other … Continue reading

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Proselytization and the Law

It is not only in non-Christian countries such as Sri Lanka, India that there is opposition to evangelism but in USA as well as these few news items show. It is time to bring an anti conversion law in Sri … Continue reading

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Evangelical Group Targets Schools

By Janet Steffenhagen, Vancouver Sun February 4, 2012 A global evangelical group that strives to place young missionaries in public schools has sparked concern among some Vancouver teachers who fear the Pais Project volunteers in their school are trying to … Continue reading

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Politics of Religion and Born Again: An Agenda for Insidious Proselytization

Each Individual on Earth faces so many problems minor and major each living day. He / she overcomes them by own strength and moves forward. Religion gives him hope that he is not alone and someone out there is there … Continue reading

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Religious Freedom: A Hindu Perspective

by Arvind Sharma, PhD, Birks Professor of Comparative Religion, McGill University Presentation before the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom on September 18, 2000. I have been asked to provide a Hindu perspective on religious freedom, to identify the … Continue reading

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