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Jesus and Krishna
A view of the authentic teachings of Jesus from the perspective of the Indian Vaishnava tradition.
By Prithu das Adhikary

Jesus: A Ray of Visnu
Articles on Jesus and Krishna by Prithu das Adhikari

The Burning Cross
Christian Atrocities and Inquisitions The Burning Cross Origins of Christian Theology Atrocities and Crusades.
The Burning Cross website is a response to the "Borrowing Theory" in which European scholars and Christian missionaries in India have for centuries propagated the idea that the worship of Lord Krishna [Vaishnavism] was borrowed from Christianity. More Related Sites

Christianity The God Awful Truth

"The God Awful Truth" is a series of twenty-five thought-provoking films examining the true origins of Christian theology, Christian history, Jesus Christ, Paul of Tarsus, the Twelve Apostles, the Bible, the New Testament, the Old Testament, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Torah, origins of Judaism, the Orthodox Church, the Catholic Church, history of the Popes, the Protestant Church, the Crusades, the Inquisition, Christian Missionaries, Televangelists, and more. This film unravels the mysteries, reveals the deceptions, the horrors, and the atrocities performed against humanity in the name of religion for the past two-thousand years.

Jesus Police
By Dr. James Gardner. The mission of this website is to correct all the mis-information concerning the Life and Times of Jesus. This website seeks to collect the most accurate information we can about important issues related to Jesus. This is not a faith based website and nothing on this website is intended to prove or disprove whether or not Jesus is God or the Son of God.

Christian Aggression

Crusade Watch, Religious Conversion Watch, Evangelism Watch

The Conversion Agenda
A new mood of aggressive evangelism has been emanating from America. Well-funded, superbly networked, backed by the highest of the land, seized of its moral supremacy, it has India as one of its key targets.



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