Religion: You Have No Place

Christianity in India is almost as old as Christianity. At Mylapore, in Madras State, stands an ancient granite cross which marks the traditional spot where St. Thomas the Apostle—Doubting Thomas —met a martyr's death as India's first Christian missionary. As early as 325 A.D. the Gospel was well enough rooted there for a bishop at the Council of Nicaea to sign himself "John ... of all Persia and Great India."

In modern times, Christian missions have brought India schools, hospitals and model farms as well as the Gospel. Today, nonetheless, the Christian cause...

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