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An Indian wants to convert to Christianity in Poland


Nickidewbear 23 | 569
9 Aug 2012  #31
Nickidewbear,Too much speculation and I go with my instincts and my instincts tell me it's for reasons other than persecution.

I see your point. Sadly (and I'm not saying that this is Javed's angle), he could using the old Mohamedan principle of lying to advance his faith. By the way, I will never call a Mohamedan a "Muslim" (submitter) or Mohamedism "Islam" (submission) if I can help it.
OP javed221 4 | 16
10 Aug 2012  #32
Nickidewbear,Too much speculation and I go with my instincts and my instincts tell me it's for reasons other than persecution.

honestly speaking my intention are not that to enter Europe or something like that i don't blame you people for assuming it. Anyway thank you.
Nickidewbear 23 | 569
10 Aug 2012  #33
I stated that I didn't know whether that was your case. I trust that you're reasonably trying to escape India from persecution against Christians. I can only--if I even can--imagine what Christians in India experience.
OP javed221 4 | 16
10 Aug 2012  #34
There is a reason behind why Poland only, I mean am asking what written evidence or official declaration its just for assurance .
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
10 Aug 2012  #35
If you want to convert to Catholicism, you need to see a priest about RCIA(Rites of Christian Initiation Activities) You will need to do them before confirmation at Easter mass.
OP javed221 4 | 16
10 Aug 2012  #36
I see ... thank you
cjj - | 281
10 Aug 2012  #37
although as a Christian Evangelical Reverend from the North of Ireland I am just a little bias!

Hi wednesday
Could you be more specific? Northern Ireland has a wide range of choices so I must admit I'm curious.
/cjj
wednesday 1 | 9
10 Aug 2012  #38
Hi cjj

I am a Reverend Minister I work of an Evangelical Church as a counsellor. I was previously based in Southern Europe however for the past three and half years I have been based in Poland. I counsel British expat and help them anyway I can, both practically and of course spiritually. I am part of the 'New Christian Ministry' born from the very active protestant movement in Belfast.

We have Churches in Szczecin, Lodz and Krakow.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
10 Aug 2012  #39
There is a reason behind why Poland only, I mean am asking what written evidence or official declaration its just for assurance .

Trying a new line to get into the EU?
You could convert much closer to home...The Philippines for example? Why not there?
kemuri95 1 | 6
10 Aug 2012  #40
Let me ask you a question and thought it would please. Does being a Christian is belonging to an institution that wins the money? I myself am a Christian and I think that Jesus [Yeshua] is saving and not another stupid religion feeds on human misery ... Thank you.
jon357 63 | 14,124
10 Aug 2012  #41
Christianity is a religion that stresses the importance of being part of a community and acting together for the common good.
rybnik 18 | 1,462
11 Aug 2012  #42
You could convert much closer to home...The Philippines for example? Why not there?

he doesn't even need to leave India. The southern coast is full of Christians with last names like Perera, DeSantos,Thomas, John, .....
MoOli 9 | 484
11 Aug 2012  #43
There is a reason behind why Poland only, I mean am asking what written evidence or official declaration its just for assurance

the reason is immigration to EU wid em blonde chiks and no smell of open sewerage of mumbai and with love you can make that blonde wear a burka and ulalulate:))ULULULULULULULULU!:D
OP javed221 4 | 16
11 Aug 2012  #44
OK she cant live in India and its her decision that we can live in Poland but for that her family want me to convert - that's the only sole reason for this conversion . FYI if i want immigration to EU countries i can get that by other way maybe in easy terms.

and my family is against it . So probably you might get it now why not in India ?
p3undone 8 | 1,135
11 Aug 2012  #45
javed221,that makes sense.
jasondmzk
11 Aug 2012  #46
If you don't speak Polish, there's a few churches in Poland that perform masses in English. Not sure of the details, but it might be worth looking into.
Wroclaw Boy
11 Aug 2012  #47
I am part of the 'New Christian Ministry' born from the very active protestant movement in Belfast.

Sounds like a sales pitch
jon357 63 | 14,124
11 Aug 2012  #48
I trust that you're reasonably trying to escape India from persecution against Christians. I can only--if I even can--imagine what Christians in India experience

There are between 24 and 27 million Christians in India including the head of the ruling political party, the Minister of Defence and many other public figures.

am a Reverend Minister I work of an Evangelical Church as a counsellor. I was previously based in Southern Europe however for the past three and half years I have been based in Poland. I counsel British expat and help them anyway I can, both practically and of course spiritually. I am part of the 'New Christian Ministry' born from the very active protestant movement in Belfast.

Where are you from originally?
If you don't speak Polish, there's a few churches in Poland that perform masses in English. Not sure of the details, but it might be worth looking into.

Every Sunday there's a Mass on ul. Radna in Warsaw.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
11 Aug 2012  #49
he doesn't even need to leave India. The southern coast is full of Christians with last names like Perera, DeSantos,Thomas, John, .....

Just this leaves us wondering why he wants to convert in Poland?
MoOli 9 | 484
11 Aug 2012  #50
Every Sunday there's a Mass on ul. Radna in Warsaw.

Thats where my fat friend clifford bates goes then:)
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
11 Aug 2012  #51
FYI if i want immigration to EU countries i can get that by other way maybe in easy terms.

We are full. Stick to where you belong.

:

I am part of the 'New Christian Ministry' born from the very active protestant movement in Belfast

A paisleyite. Good luck with this shower, Poland.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
11 Aug 2012  #52
FYI if i want immigration to EU countries i can get that by other way maybe in easy terms.

So again, why do not convert in the Philippines, so much closer to home. But then again, no hope for any backdoor to the EU....
cjj - | 281
13 Aug 2012  #53
We have Churches in Szczecin, Lodz and Krakow.

Hi Wednesday, thanks for replying.
Which Evangelical Church in particular?
I'm from the Northern Ireland Protestant community myself, so my request is for a specific name -- I will understand your answer.
/cjj
meer khan
1 Aug 2013  #54
i want to convert in to christanity i am muslim girl.and if i inform my family they will kill me.what i can do for convert into christaity who help me if i leave my house for jasu
goofy_the_dog
1 Aug 2013  #55
although i sense a provocation, just go to a local church and ask the priest there for details.
OP javed221 4 | 16
3 Aug 2013  #56
where are you from meera ?
johnb121 4 | 184
3 Aug 2013  #57
Walk away from all religions. They are nothing but a means to control people, amass wealth and power and to provide a crutch for the weak-willed.

There needs to be only one item of faith - do no harm to anyone - same applies for law.
ufo973 10 | 89
3 Aug 2013  #58
Come on guys... He is looking for a way to get EU documents/citizenship :d
dany_moussalli 13 | 263
3 Aug 2013  #59
i want to convert in to christanity i am muslim girl.and if i inform my family they will kill me.what i can do for convert into christaity who help me if i leave my house for jasu

meer khan ,in which country are you ? and why do you want to convert to christianity ? I know that muslims don't tolerate and will actually kill you (literally )

the prophet said "من بَدّل دينه فاقتلوه " = kill who changed his religion (islam)

Walk away from all religions. They are nothing but a means to control people, amass wealth and power and to provide a crutch for the weak-willed.
There needs to be only one item of faith - do no harm to anyone - same applies for law.

agreed
sobieski 107 | 2,128
3 Aug 2013  #60
and why do you want to convert to christianity

He doesn't. He has the illusion this "conversion" will earn him a residence and work permit for Poland, and hence for the EU.


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