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Why is India Corrupt? part II

Indian scholar, author, and speaker, Vishal Mangalwadi is one of DNA’s Idea Shapers. We are happy to offer here, in two installments, the introduction to his forthcoming book, Why Are We Backward? to be published by Aspire Prakashan, New Delhi. WARNING: This article … Continue reading

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Why Is India So Corrupt? Part I

Indian scholar, author, and speaker, Vishal Mangalwadi is one of DNA’s Idea Shapers. We are happy to offer here, in two installments, the introduction to his forthcoming book, Why Are We Backward? to be published by Aspire Prakashan, New Delhi. WARNING: … Continue reading

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To Mr. Carey on His 250th … “Many Happy Returns”

If more 21st-century missionary efforts were like that of William Carey, the father of modern missions whose 250th birthday was marked in August, what a difference we might see in our progress of fulfilling Jesus’ command to “make disciples of … Continue reading

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On My Birth There Was No Singing: Gendercide in India

In a recent Associated Press article, Despite Economic Growth, India Lets Its Girls Die, Muneeza Naqvi tells the story of how Indian society allows baby girls to die from neglect and starvation. Despite laws against such things as sex-selective abortions … Continue reading

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Spiritual Vaccuum Leads to Embrace of Premodern Religions

As Europe and America have become post Christian, they have turned to Modernism – Secularism. As they have come to experience the spiritual void of Atheistic-Materialism, they become Post-Modern. And what is Post-Modernism? Unfortunately, there has not been a return … Continue reading

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