Deccan Chronicle feature, Chennai, 1 September 2008
Town of Thomas
Deccan Chronicle feature, Chennai, 24 November 2008
Serene Mount beckons
The Mount of Thomas
|Today, the church tells no stories of the Nestorians, Portuguese or Armenians. Instead, on one side is a convent, on another, a well-kept cemetery of the Franciscan nuns|
In this Article Muthaiah says
SEVERAL YEARS ago, there was an American (?) turned Hindu ascetic who was never happy whenever I wrote of Thomas Dydimus, the Apostle of India. In fact, he wrote a book, I recall, devoting a considerable and angry part of it to my unhistorical approach to the legend of Thomas in particular. I don’t know whether he’s still around, but if he is, I wish he’d realise that articles of faith, like his own, are not disputable, calling, instead, for tolerance. And that a little unhistoric storytelling, like today’s, does no one any harm.
Sir YOU ARE Church FUNDED AUTHOR AND YOUR CO-Friends Activities here
TIMES OF iNIDA
New Indian Express
Now Chennai Newspapers are working like Prostitutes for Churches.