Christianity imitating Hinduism

via GSK Menon published on October 24, 2006

In today’s Malayala Manorama I read about the offerings at the Church in Koratti, called as Koratti Mutti. The offerings are Poovan Pazham (Banana) and Thulabaram. Since when did these practices start ? Christian Idols eating Poovan Pazham is a great miracle, for such things do not happen elsewhere in the world ! Hindu idols do eat, that was why the Desert Religions ridiculed Hindus and managed to convert some of them. Now I want to know how their idols are consuming Poovan Pazhams ! Will Benny Hinn, and other Pentacostal evangelists answer? How is Thulabaram being done ? These Pagan practices, how are they being followed, by the so called True Religion? Is there any answer by evangelists based in Pota and Muringoor?

Moral : NEVER CONVERT TO THESE DESERT RELIGIONS. RETURN PROUDLY TO HINDUISM. WE ARE THE BEST. OTHERS IMITATE US

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  1. S.Mohanakumar Reply

    October 24, 2006 at 6:37 am

    Re: Christianity imitating Hinduism
    Christians are against idol worship. Even in their speaches the priests always critizise Hindus for worshiping idols. So is this indianisation or cheating innocent people for conversion? 5

  2. Ganesh Reply

    October 24, 2006 at 11:36 am

    Re: Christianity imitating Hinduism
    The Desert relegions needs agressive marketing. The marketing responsibility is also a part of its believers. For every one enrolled, the preacher gets a commission.The commission is a free pass to heaven not withstanding the crimes and sins that he might commit. 5

  3. Jayachandran Reply

    October 25, 2006 at 1:55 am

    Re: Christianity imitating Hinduism
    Not only thulabharam, they started “choroonu”, they play “panchavadhyam”, they started installing “kodimarams”.

    Of late they realised hiring a band party and roaming around the town with lit candles is of no attraction.

    Don’t wonder if you read in church programmes “usha pooja”, “ethrutha pooja”, “pantheeradi pooja” etc.in future. 5

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