- Feb 27, 2020
An archbishop in India is denying the accusations of a Hindu nationalist organization that “forced conversions” are taking place in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
A leading Christian activist in India is warning about a “heightened intolerance towards the Christian faith” after anti-Christian incidents in the country in late December.
A local bishop in India has voiced his objection to a proposed new anti-conversion law in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
Father Binoy John says he “almost died in jail” after being arrested in India over allegations of “forced conversion.”
Despite guidelines supporting Dalit Christians – from the class formerly known as “Untouchable” – not every Church leader is working in their defense, according to one Indian bishop.
Catholic officials in India have rejected accusations that a retreat center in the southern state of Karnataka is promoting the conversion of Hindus.