Christianity: A MACHINE THAT PRODUCES IDIOTS AND COPYCATS!!!!


MISSIONARIES ARE ANALOGOUS TO COMPUTERS!!!!

Pluralism, literally is a theory that there is more than one basic substance or principle. It refers to the condition of being multiple or plural. It is a condition in which numerous distinct ethnic, religious, or cultural groups are present and tolerated within a society.
It is a truism to say that the person of Jesus, what he did and said—and what was done to him and said about him—is at the center of what Christians bring to the mission field, whether it is in St. Louis or in Singapore, in Chicago or in Calcutta. When Christians do that, the question inevitably arises in some form or other from the receiver: “Why Jesus?
What do you witnesses for your Lord offer with this Jesus that is not already present in our current state of affairs without Jesus?”
The most succinct answer to that question—already from the New Testament times—was the one Greek word euaggelion. Rendered in English that is Good News. These two four-lettered English words are at the core of the answer to “Why Jesus?” With Jesus comes something Good and something New.
Exclusivism says: Jesus is the only savior. No other savior, no other religion, saves at all. There is only one way to the top of the mountain of salvation.
Inclusivism says: Jesus is the salvation in all its fullness; the salvation offered in other religions is not contrary but included in what Jesus brings. All the roads up the mountain are in some basic sense Jesus-ways. The way that calls him by name illuminates best what the other ways are all about.
Pluralism says: Jesus is one way up the mountain; there are many other ways going up there, and they get you to the top, too.

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2 thoughts on “Christianity: A MACHINE THAT PRODUCES IDIOTS AND COPYCATS!!!!

  1. By writing that Christianity produces idiots and copycats, are you not destroying the very core of pluralism? Let the believers of Christianity believe Jesus is their only savior. After all it’s just the name they give. We give names to Hindu Gods, don’t we? Hell, we give 330 million names to our Gods! So what if they believe theirs is the ultimate God? Are we fighting in the name of God now? All I am saying is let’s let the sanctity of each religion remain for those who believe in them. As long as we believe in God of whatever name, there will remain the essence of truth, peace and harmony in our world.

    • Dear Abhinav,
      Thanks for your comment.Comments from people like you are always “eye -openers ” to us.I am in now way against Pluralism or Christianity. Let me Clarify:
      After hearing Swami Vivekananda on 11 September 1893 at “The Parliament of Religions” the entire world especially the Christians felt how foolish it is to send missionaries to the learned Indian subcontinent. What I personally believe is that the missionaries should apologize officially to the entire people of the world for their evil deeds of destroying Pluralism:
      • The Maya civilization which is considered as one of the most densely populated and culturally dynamic societies in the world was destroyed by the Missionaries turning those learned ones into pitiful “Red Indians”.
      • The Jewish community’s encounter with the Christian one has a long and largely inglorious history which can be learnt from the harsh anti-Jewish rhetoric of early Church fathers (the apostle John claimed Jews are born of “their father the devil”).The Vatican had always remained silent over the Holocaust of Jews.
      These are just two examples but the list goes on and on……
      I have no problems on Christians believing that Jesus is their only savior but I will certainly have problems when Missionaries start making poor and uneducated people fools compelling them to erase their beliefs and install new ones:
      • In Dhading district of Nepal the Missionaries distribute medicines to poor people saying “THESE ARE SENT BY JESUS”.

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