Out of the Darkness: Isolated Christians in Laos Consistently Refuse to Give up on Christ « Persecution News

Out of the Darkness: Isolated Christians in Laos Consistently Refuse to Give up on Christ « Persecution News

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There is a non-mainstream theory that during the "lost years" of Jesus' life (there is no mention in the Bible of what he was doing between the ages of 12-30) that he traveled to India and spent time learning from spiritual masters there.  There are some interesting parallels between Buddhism and Christianity, so it might not be that far-fetched.

There is a non-mainstream theory that during the "lost years" of Jesus' life (there is no mention in the Bible of what he was doing between the ages of 12-30) that he traveled to India and spent time learning from spiritual masters there. There are some interesting parallels between Buddhism and Christianity, so it might not be that far-fetched.

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Amy Carmichael (1867-1951): served as a missionary in India for 55 years without furlough, and founded an orphanage to rescue girls from a life of prostitution in Hindu temples.

Amy Carmichael (1867-1951): served as a missionary in India for 55 years without furlough, and founded an orphanage to rescue girls from a life of prostitution in Hindu temples.

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Compassion has had a presence in India for 48 years -- and understandably so. As the second most populous nation in the world, a full third of the world's poorest people live in India. Compassion helps more children in India than in any other nation. But despite its incredible work, the government of India has blocked the clearance of funding for Compassion through its borders.  India is now No. 17 on Open Doors' list of countries where it's hardest to be a Christian  More than 7,000…

Compassion has had a presence in India for 48 years -- and understandably so. As the second most populous nation in the world, a full third of the world's poorest people live in India. Compassion helps more children in India than in any other nation. But despite its incredible work, the government of India has blocked the clearance of funding for Compassion through its borders. India is now No. 17 on Open Doors' list of countries where it's hardest to be a Christian More than 7,000…

that happens to me all the time...because people think Christians are fools and they should "turn the other cheek".....or in lay man terms ....put up with their BS...

that happens to me all the time...because people think Christians are fools and they should "turn the other cheek".....or in lay man terms ....put up with their BS...

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The Surprisingly Early History of Christianity in India - Modern Syrian Christians of Kerala believe that the Apostle Thomas visited in A.D. 52 to baptize their ancestors

The Surprisingly Early History of Christianity in India - Modern Syrian Christians of Kerala believe that the Apostle Thomas visited in A.D. 52 to baptize their ancestors

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