Finished a new ebook made up of earlier blog posts to help peacefully criticize Christianity and further stymie Christian conversions in India and elsewhere.
A response to Vipulamsa Varnyagunojjwala Supposed Refutation of “Was Gautama Buddha a Hindu?”
A response to Vipulamsa Varnyagunojjwala This piece is disputing the following article on Medium: https://medium.com/@Paratpara/was-gautama-buddha-a-hindu-11b5468a2b3e This is the video he was attempting to refute. Varnyagunojjwala doesn’t seem to have much of a knowledge of history in Ancient India: Buddha “abandoning” his family was normal for Kshatriya princes at the time as they were expected to … Continue reading A response to Vipulamsa Varnyagunojjwala Supposed Refutation of “Was Gautama Buddha a Hindu?”
Exposing Christianity’s Lies: Resources To Help Your Arguments
Exposing the lies and hateful teachings of the Bible in defense of Sanatana Dharma, rational empiricism, and Indian culture.
Effectively Communicating the Falseness of Christianity
This is one small step in destroying the hateful teachings of Jesus Christ and exposing the lies of Christianity in defense of Sanatana Dharma, rational empiricism, and Indian culture.
What is Christianity’s Legacy in India?
I’ll start with more lax critiques before going into major ones regarding history: Are contemporary Christian conversions working in India? It seems to be decreasing everywhere except China and South Africa, but perhaps all isn't what it seems? Christianity’s only claim to power is in privileged resources; do people not recognize how self-refuting that is? … Continue reading What is Christianity’s Legacy in India?
Why Should You Consider Reading Faith in Doubt: Do You Question Your Faith?
I've written about how Faith in Doubt was a 4-year project and about why you shouldn't be daunted by the page count, so I'd like to go into more details for people who might still be on the fence despite such assurances and explain briefly what each section has to offer so I wanted to … Continue reading Why Should You Consider Reading Faith in Doubt: Do You Question Your Faith?