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Re: Seperation of Church and State (reply to Thomas P)

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  • Paul Pothen
    Sub: POLITICS AND METROPOLITANS : An article by JOSEPH PULIKUNNEL,based on the recent political bargaining by some Christian leaders. Link:
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 30, 2003
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      Sub: 'POLITICS AND METROPOLITANS': An article by
      JOSEPH PULIKUNNEL,based on the recent political
      bargaining by some Christian leaders.
      Link:
      http://www.geocities.com/malankarav6/20031025_Man_PolRel.htm
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      Prof. Joseph Pulikkunel�s above article based on the
      unjustifiable interference of Metropolitans in Politics
      seems to be very relevant and convincing. Because of
      the realistic approaches to issues, his points of views
      are well accepted by the vast majority of the society.
      This is not the first time he has boldly expressed his
      opinion.

      He is always an advocate of separation of religion from
      Politics. I don�t think that there will be anyone who
      will object to Pulikunnel�s views except those who have
      some vested interests. The politics which he is against
      is not the politics dealing with the social cause, but
      the politics for power. Politics for Power will certainly
      destroy the basic nature of the religion.

      But unfortunately there are many who still oppose him, this
      is not based on any ethical reasons, but just out of fear
      that their mask will be broken down and the real face will
      be exposed.

      So let us not blindly dissent an opinion, like that
      expressed by Joseph Pulikunnel, just because it does not
      seems to favor a minute section of the leaders of a small
      faction in the Malankara Church.

      Paul Pothen
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