Friday, February 17, 2012

NUS Campus Crusade for christ insensitive remarks about Buddhists and Muslims

Yet again, a christian group in NUS is being investigated by the Government for insensitive comments made about other religions.

NUS campus crusade for christ encouraged members to spread their religion to Thailand and Turkey and implied that Buddhism and Islam were "wrong".

I am very surprised because I always thought University students were rational and smart. I guess there are always exceptions.


Just a few years ago, a christian pastor from Lighthouse was also warned for insulting other religions. A christian couple was also jailed and fined for distributing materials that insult Catholicism and Islam.

I wonder why I don't see Buddhists, Hindus or Taoists making ill comments about other religions.


http://alvinology.com/2012/02/16/insensitive-nus-campus-crusade-for-christ/

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