HERE comes one more revealing document—a research conducted by a Missionary, interestingly to submit as his Phd thesis on Developing a Church Planting Movement in India!
These studies, especially from the Horses Mouth itself will have the right effect on true secular Hindus, who are unaware of these crookedness. There is a need to spread this among secular Hindus who fight tooth and nail to protect the undue rights granted to them by our pseudo secular Government.
One who goes through it can unearth their sinister designs and their dangerous game plan. More surprisingly how well they are implementing the same in our day-to-day life by fooling the majority.
In this thesis they highlight the importance to develop a new generation of Crypto Christians who can keep Hindu names, surname, can use Hindu sacred symbols, marks like tilak, bindi, can adorn hair partition with Kumkum to maintain their secrecy.
Christian missionaries on one hand preach high moral values, yet at the same time, they follow the lowest most despicable ones in order to convert people to their religion. Missionaries especially prey on the poorest, most rural folk under the guise of helping them out of poverty when in fact they have chosen to convert them because they are the most uneducated and therefore most likely to fall for their deception.
One common tactic employed by missionaries is to give a sick villager fake medicines which have no medicinal value and ask them to worship in the name of their faith for wellness. After several days, the missionary gives the villager an identical dose of the medicine, but this time it is the real medicine. Then the missionary will instruct the villager to now pray to Jesus. Soon after, due to the medicine and not due to Jesus, the villager will be cured. The uneducated and gullible villager, however, will attribute his cure to Jesus and convert to Christianity.
In villages in India, missionaries place a stone or metal idol of a Hindu deity in a bucket of water. The statue will sink in the bucket. Next the missionary brings a wax-coated idol of Jesus or Virgin Mary (though Christianity prohibits idols) and places that in the bucket. Due the wax-coat, the Christian idol will float. The missionary will then conclude that because the Christian idol floated, it is “higher” and, therefore, better than the Hindu one. The uneducated villager, not knowing anything about buoyancy or density, falls for the missionary’s ridiculous explanation and converts to Christianity.
Often missionaries will disguise themselves as religious leaders of the local religion and subtly attempt to convert the locals.The classic example was that of Robert de Nobili, a Jesuit from France, who came to India in the early 17th century. He adopted the saffron robe, started to live in a hut, squatted on the floor for conducting his discourses, became a vegetarian and gave up liquor, projected that he was a Brahmin saint from Rome and that the Bible was one of the lost Vedas (Hindu holy scriptures), and generally tried to pass himself as another Hindu sanyasi.