criticism of Christianity and Islam is not about their beliefs, though I may not agree
with these. Let people be free to follow whatever appeals to them in their hearts. My
criticism is against the intolerance and missionary efforts of these two kindred faiths
that overshadows the good that they may be otherwise attempting to do.
More liberal Christians may themselves reject such missionary efforts as not
representing real Christianity.
However, they do little to stop them or even to criticize them. Nor are
they aware of how much this missionary aggression still continues. Unless this missionary
assault is challenged it is bound to wreak much more havoc in the world, particularly as
large Asian countries like China and India become more accessible targets.
Similarly, many Hindus discriminate between churchianity that they
reject and Christ whom they honor as a holy man or even avatar. Unfortunately,
churchianity still dominates mainstream Christianity and most of Christianity in India as
well.The openhearted Hindu acceptance of Christ has even been used by missionaries to
soften up Hindus for their conversion efforts, not by reciprocating with any comparable
honoring of Krishna or Buddha.