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Indianised bible creates waves
KOCHI: An ‘Indianised’ Bible with references to the Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Manusmriti and drawings of a turbaned Joseph and sari-clad Mother Mary with baby Jesus in her arms, is making waves in Kerala. This is an attempt to make contextual reading and understanding. The text of the Bible is the accepted Catholic version, whose interpretations are made with an Indian cultural perspective.
This is an another attempt by Catholic Church in India to become more acceptable religion in India. What a shameful incidence! The Bible has nothing common with Hindu religious books like Upanishad or Bhagvad Gita. Any attempt to to make it contextual is totally unprofitable. It is rewriting of Scripture which is a sacrilege act and attempt to dilute its message which is a profane act.
This is what makes Catholic Church a non Christian compromised religious institute.