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Old November 24th, 2012, 11:46 AM   #161

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let us see and wait for future but chances are very low.
They have more or less stopped in TN and Kerala after reaching saturation point. Christians are about 11 percent in TN!

The only reason I say conversions will stop is because the West's economic clout is diminishing.

BTW its not as bad in India as it is in China where unnofficially Christians are over 160 million.
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Old November 24th, 2012, 11:47 AM   #162
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Thank you for the clarity !

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My best wishes to your future !
You'll never see me replying to your posts !

And to remove your mist , I know what I am .
perhaps you are under tivrarosha but there was no abuse on my part.

i do not know you personally but do think that of all southern man you are not not anti hindu but your one statement had shocked me and you know what was that.

it was about beef somewhere else.
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They have more or less stopped in TN and Kerala after reaching saturation point. Christians are about 11 percent in TN!

The only reason I say conversions will stop is because the West's economic clout is diminishing.

BTW its not as bad in India as it is in China where unnofficially Christians are over 160 million.
Chinese lost their religion in 1950s completely so whether they become christians or muslims is irrelevant for them.

and what if west again revives its economy.
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Chinese lost their religion in 1950s completely so whether they become christians or muslims is irrelevant for them.

and what if west again revives its economy.
Highly unlikely thanks to Obama's socialist policies.
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perhaps you are under tivrarosha but there was no abuse on my part.

i do not know you personally but do think that of all southern man you are not not anti hindu but your one statement had shocked me and you know what was that.

it was about beef somewhere else.
what ?

Where ? context please ..

And you know what Avantivarman , I do not like to tell this here , but I am forced .
I am a strict vegetarian[converted , to be precise ] and I abhor animal killing and see mahaveera and Buddha as my idols .
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what ?

Where ? context please ..

And you know what Avantivarman , I do not like to tell this here , but I am forced .
I am a strict vegetarian[converted , to be precise ] and I abhor animal killing and see mahaveera and Buddha as my idols .
then please pardon me jyestha.

i realize how much i tormented you. please.

anyone who follows any religion born in india is a hindu by my definition.
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Highly unlikely thanks to Obama's socialist policies.
what about Koreans?

they are quite active in north east with their christianity and you can see a large number of koreans telling jesus would save manipuris etc.

what is their economy doing?
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then please pardon me jyestha.

i realize how much i tormented you. please.

anyone who follows any religion born in india is a hindu by my definition.
for me , it is who he/she respects and loves India [ and humankind] more than their gods , is a true indian [ or a human ]
You know , I like being universal [ just like Ashoka ]
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Old November 24th, 2012, 12:09 PM   #169

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what about Koreans?

they are quite active in north east with their christianity and you can see a large number of koreans telling jesus would save manipuris etc.

what is their economy doing?
We need to settle Biharis in northeast! BTW Hindu militarism is increasing in Northeast which is a good sign. Hindus are waking up.
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Old November 24th, 2012, 12:10 PM   #170

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for me , it is who he/she respects and loves India [ and humankind] more than their gods , is a true indian [ or a human ]
You know , I like being universal [ just like Ashoka ]
Ah another Western universalist. Figures
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