Dr. Brown speaks with his close friend Bro. Yesupadam from India, as they talk about Yesupadam’s amazing testimony, some of their extraordinary experiences together in India, and much more. Your heart will be stirred as you listen! Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.
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Yesterday I listened to this podcast on my iPod while doing chores and grocery shopping. Hearing Yesupadam’s salvation testimony, about his first wife being healed of cancer and raised from the dead, and the way God united him in marriage with Monika — I was rejoicing with laughing! Everybody needs to hear this, especially if you wonder if God still speaks to us today.
This interview really challenged me about my lifestyle and the need to preach the gospel. The statistics about the number of Christians and Hindus in India are interesting. If, as Yesupadam’s figures are right about only about 30% of Indians are Hindu, why do the Hindu Nationalists do so well in the polls?
>> If, as Yesupadam’s figures are right about only about 30% of Indians are Hindu, why do the Hindu Nationalists do so well in the polls?
If the guest said that only 30% of Indians are Hindu, he was surely wrong.
According to Wikipedia,
>>80.5% of the population of India practice Hinduism. Islam (13.8%), Christianity (2.4%), Sikhism (1.9%), Buddhism (1.5%) and Jainism (0.4%)
I lived in India a long time and this squares with other numbers I’ve seen and my own perceptions.
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