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Pope denies St. Thomas evangelised South India – Ishwar Sharan

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Pope Benedict XVI’s statement on September 27, 2006 during a public audience, that the apostle St. Thomas only reached as far as North-West India — today’s Pakistan — was factually correct and reflected the statements of the Early Church Fathers and the geography … Continue reading

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1 – In memory of a slain saint – C.A. Simon

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The article which follows, published in the Indian Express, Madras, on 30 December 1989, and the refusal of the editor to publish our reply, was the reason we began our research into the St. Thomas in India legend. Had the … Continue reading

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2 – Archbishop Arulappa sends his document forger to jail – Ganesh Iyer & K.P. Sunil

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“When some celebrations were held in Kerala over two decades ago, Jawaharlal Nehru, our then prime minister, who attended the functions, asked the learned priests who had gathered: ‘Is it really true that St. Thomas came to India?’ Nobody answered … Continue reading

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Mythical Thomas, devious Deivanayagam, and conniving Church – B.R. Haran

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“Tamil Hindus must understand that the Church is frustrated at the decimation of LTTE and would get back with more vigour and venom, applying different strategies. Tamil Hindus are certainly in for tougher and troubled times. The onus lies on … Continue reading

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San Thome Cathedral cover-up uncovered – G.P. Srinivasan

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” … There were some broken pillar lengths, and bottom portion of Shiva lingam, and a round stone kept atop the bottom avudayar of Shiva lingam. In the few feet gap between the church’s backside and the chapel, there was a broken … Continue reading

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Tsunami: St. Thomas abandons fishermen, saves himself – Ishwar Sharan

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“The English-language press in India is politically correct, opportunistic, and engaged in minority appeasement just like the politicians. It is a commercial commodity without ideals or ethics. It has no credibility among the informed public because it is wedded to a … Continue reading

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Indian historian makes a mockery of Indian history – Veda Prakash

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“Dr. K. Sadasivan in the Journal of Indian History and Culture follows in Archbishop Arulappa’s footsteps with his unsubstantiated claim for a Christian Tirukkural and a St. Thomas in India sojourn. He and his editors lack integrity or basic scholarship and … Continue reading

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