Thursday, July 20, 2006

Religious freedom in Nepal ...

Also from Christianity Today: with the dissolution of the absolute monarchy, some semblance of religious freedom has come to the neighboring Hindu kingom.
Christians in Nepal are exulting over the national parliament's dramatic decision on May 18 to abolish the monarchy and declare the state secular, wiping out its tag as a Hindu kingdom.

"Our joy is beyond words," Simon Pandey, general secretary of National Churches Fellowship of Nepal (NCFN), told CT. The House of Representatives' unanimous vote, he said, will have "far-reaching impact on the life of the church." Most notably, Christians can now register their congregations and build church buildings.
I guess the RSS and their ilk will demand that India now invade Nepal and reverse this? :)

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