Some Brahmins explain how they met “the true God only in the Catholic faith"
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At the end of the article it states that "more Nepalese were interested in Catholicism since Nepal became a secular state" which I found interesting.  I wonder if some of these conversions are more about what the radical egalitarianism of modern Catholicism offers as opposed to the strict shackles of a caste system according to the old ways than any genuine theological aha moment. I'm genuinely curious.


It's the same with Muslims that convert, do they do it because they REALLY accept Trinitarian theology and the Incarnation or because Christianity is one step closer to laxity and secularism and--at least outside Orthodoxy or radio trad Catholicism- --way less strict than Islam? again, I'm just curious.
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Re: Some Brahmins explain how they met “the true God only in the Catholic faith" - by formerbuddhist - 04-19-2017, 05:31 AM



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