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Does “religious freedom” include the right to convert or scam others?
Monday, 03 November 2014



Does freedom of religion include the right to convert others, or pressure them into giving money? A contribution from Chile to the openGlobalRights debate, Religion and Human Rights 

Is religious conversion really a fundamental right, or can we ban it?
Friday, 12 September 2014



By Jaideep A Prabhu

To most observers, India appears a paradox - teeming with diversity of cuisine, dress, language, pigmentation, and faith under one flag, yet simultaneously simmering with communal tensions.

The paradox is even more glaring in the light of the democratic structure of government, the constitutional protections to minorities, and the high degree of integration of various communities into the public sphere. Social theories shaped by the European experience and projected as universals flounder on India's shores, confusing the neophyte and outsider alike. 

Is proselytizing good or bad?
Monday, 14 July 2014

source: The spectrum, July 13, 2014  http://www.thespectrum.com/story/opinion/columnists/2014/07/13/proselytizing-good-bad/12611245/

Garey BeardenWriters Group


Proselytizing: The active seeking of converts to a particular religion or sect.

This activity is the cause of much strife in the world today, and has been for many, many years. All sects of Christianity that I know of are engaged in this evangelical activity in some way. Many of them combine their work of conversion with some sort of charity.

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