Saturday, August 30, 2008

Indian Express supporting conversion?

The banners prominently displayed on Indian Express site belongs to World Vision. World Visions claims themselves to be "Christian relief and development agency" but there are allegations that they are involved in conversion in India.

Earlier this month, police detained Pradesh Kumar Das, an employee of the World Vision from Khadagpur while escaping from the district at Buguda. He is suspected to be linked to murder of 85 year old Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati

I suggest people should visit World Vision website and browse thru the names of child's "to be sponsored" do you see something missing?


Dhme40 said...

Every true christian has a duty to inform the unbelievers of the basis of their religious belief;of the existence of The Lord who can save us from our sins.
Whether you want to convert or not is left to your choice.
You are welcome to read the Scriptures so that a change of heart may come to you.

bluesky said...

A great supporter of World Vision is is a dual-purpose site for building an English
vocabulary and raising money for under privileged children in the most
impoverished places around the world.

Check it out at