Religious conversion is a two-way street
Hindu groups deserve the freedom to attract people to their fold, as much as other religions do
For decades, when Hindu groups protested over religious conversions by Christian missionaries, liberals were quick to point to a very important freedom guaranteed by India’s constitution: the freedom of religion. And the liberal defenders of religious freedom were right in their support for converts to an alternative faith. Although quite often not motivated by anything more than love for freebies of different kinds, the conversions—since they were voluntary—were legitimate.
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