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live in the age of science. The frontiers of our knowledge are
receding everyday. The method of science is empirical: it uses
experiment to verify or to refute. Science has dispelled miracles
from the physical world and it has shown that physical laws are
universal. Technology had made astonishing advances and a lot that
was the stuff of religious imagination has been brought under the
ambit of science.
Why should we then be interested in
the subject of conversion to Hinduism? Isn't this the age of
questioning old-style religion in the manner of Why I am not a
Christian by the great British philosopher, Bertrand Russell, or
the more recent Why I am not a Muslim by Ibn Warraq?