Hello! I am Christian but love my Hindustan!

Discussion in 'Introduction' started by Ilias Saudakhar, Sep 23, 2015.

  1. Ilias Saudakhar

    Ilias Saudakhar New Member

    My name Illias, but people me Ili for short. I was born in Tamil Nad and all my life I have been in very various faiths including Theosophic Hinduism but I finally settled in Christianity. But all my life I have the utmost respect for my country and my fellow Hindus.

    When I was small, my parents were missionaries to Afghanistan they were trying to convert the muslims there. Muslims did not like us and we got in trouble so we left there and went to UK. I HATED West and UK because they have no respect for our culture. Then we finally came back to our home land for good.....HINDUSTAN! <3

    As a Catholic Christian who loves my Hindu brothers, I am very sorry about the missionaries in India who are bribing and giving money to convert people. I also wish to start a group that can develop Christian and Hindu friendship better, and encourage Hindu values in India. I also dislike Pakistan and Muslims very much.
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  2. deafAncient

    deafAncient New Member

    Good luck with that. Sanātanis (Hindus) are far more willing to interact with other people than Christians are. Please read all of this:

    http://rajivmalhotra.com/complete-list-rajiv-malhotra-articles/ - there are 74 articles, so drop the number box and go to 100 to see all of the articles listed.

    http://rajivmalhotra.com/books/invading-sacred/ - this is Rajiv Malhotra's first book about how academics is the education arm of Western civilization. You need to realize what was done to you and your family. A free PDF download.

    Then there are books like Breaking India, Being Different, Indra's Net, and hopefully soon, Battle for Sanskrit. You can get these books on Amazon, especially the kindle version. Please read all of these books. It is part of the reason why I can never be Christian, as I came from an Ancient background, Ancient meaning that I grew up deaf and without language, social norms of western civilization until I was seven and a half years old, and without religion until I was eight and a half years old. I have always felt like an outsider to Christianity because I can't agree with a lot of things about it, and Rajivji nailed it home why I was experiencing this.
  3. Hindu

    Hindu Member Staff Member

    @Ilias Saudakhar
    Namaskar Brother,
    welcome to the forum.
    conversion has never been aspect or topic of concern among Hindus thou transformation and spiritual elevation has always been.
    Hope to see you in forum regularly .

  4. Senthil

    Senthil Active Member Staff Member

    You do realise this is called friendship evangelism, and is another one of the sneaky tricks Christians use to convert. It's mainly done to lonely housewives while their husbands are out working. That is why Hindus need to be very very wary of this sort of thing.

    So I have a question for you .... If you truly like Hinduism that much, what stops you from reconverting? We will take you back, you know.
  5. deafAncient

    deafAncient New Member

    My jaw just drops. I knew about "friendship evangelism." My stepmother tried that on me about a year and a half ago. One day, she put a booklet from the Methodist church beside my purse, and I promptly put it on the dinner table beside the paper spam. Many people will be disappointed when they try that on me. Please answer Senthil's question... I'm eager to hear why not.
  6. Senthil

    Senthil Active Member Staff Member

    The other thing the Christians knew is what may well be happening here, and that is they converted a few locals first, and then after the locals were hooked, they asked the them to go do the proselytizing. This goes on for generations. So they laid out the long term plan 3 or 4 generations ago. Evangelism works better coming from locals. For starters, it's not a foreign language.

    It's so settled in the subconscious now that people like Illias don't even know that that was the original intent. The good thing is that some do go back, or at least become neutral, and some do have respect for us. We have a Tamil Christian tenant right now, and he's like that ... doesn't mind the pujas going on, etc. He openly admits it was his grandfather who got converted.
  7. Ilias Saudakhar

    Ilias Saudakhar New Member

    I am sorry for my very late reply. No, I have not come here to friendship evangelize. I want to bring Hindu and Christian friendship together without prosletyzing and also to make Christians become more Hindu culture.

    "If you truly like Hinduism that much, what stops you from reconverting?" Bible and Fear. In Bible, if you reconvert, just like in muslim's Quran, you will go to hell. Because I'm afraid of that, I'm don't to reconvert. But that doesn't stop me from watching pooja, and and wearing Rakhri, my lungi, putting village clothes enjoy all aspects of Hindu culture. I also dislike White. Even for Hindustans sake, I will sterilize myself to increase Hindus population
  8. Senthil

    Senthil Active Member Staff Member

    I'm white. As for the idea of fear, that's a false concept. The Hindu God is a loving God. There is no such thing as hell. You've been given a very poor road map, and instead of going on the road to Delhi, you've been taken on a road to Mumbai. The only hell you will ever go to is the one you're living in now. It's called Fear. You have nothing to fear.

    It seems like you're ready to stop reading the bible and return to the roots of your culture.

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