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They Are the Salt of The Earth

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Length: 305 pages4 hours

Summary

At a time when religious fanaticism is creating havoc all around, followers of religion are faced with a challenge. Should they suffer in silence the indignities of the many forms of radicalism? Should they join the mindless chorus of hatred and division and further poison an already toxic world? Or, is it time to be more vocal about their faith and engage with others in a manner befitting their moral assertions? A Christian story written from a non-Christian perspective, THEY ARE THE SALT OF THE EARTH is an attempt to begin such a conversation.

Tenzin, a political and economic refugee from Tibet ends up in the religious and cultural melting pot of India where he makes friends with followers of the Christian faith. That friendship gives him an opportunity to get a taste of a way of life he finds rather odd. And why does his wife compare them to salt?

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