I would like to see a comparison between India's religions and Christianity.
My Dear Sweet Friends,
Right off the top of our head we know that Hinduism is probably the most tolerant religion there is. However, Christianity, with its forgiveness, is surely just as tolerant, though most times one canst not tell. Christianity, when practiced as it was originally meant, is one of the two most tolerant of "religions".
As I have been requested by Pastor Andrew, I shall try to present a hub in regard to India's religions and Christianity to my best capacity even though I am not a right person of Hindu religion to speak out but you have to keep patience as I have to find time of my own. In nut shall there is 99% similarity between the Hindu religion of India and Christianity from ethical point of view apart from the festivity.
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