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Samuel Thambusamy

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Samuel Thambusamy is a PhD candidate with the Oxford Center for Religion and Public Life.
Indian-Christians actively participated in the struggle for Independence. In fact, many were close to Mahatma Gandhi, drawn by his values and leadership. Curious? Dive deeper into this story and see for yourself.👉
Mahatma Gandhi once identified 'Wealth without work' as a cardinal sin in his publication, Young India. As quick riches tempt many into scams and reckless lifestyles, delve into this article to understand wealth from a biblical perspective. Discover the profound lessons for today's world.
Jeremiah 15:15-23 resonates with the real-world struggles Christians face in places like Asia, Africa, and Southeast Asia. It gives us a whole new perspective on hardship, resilience, and reassurance.
Living in the digital realm can be an incredibly daunting experience. Our attention is constantly being pulled in every direction by the influx of notifications, emails, and social media updates that constantly demand our attention.  In the midst of all...
Following Jesus is an ongoing process and one that looks different in the digital age. And Jesus said to them, “Follow me, and I will make you become fishers of men.” In Mark 1:17, Jesus calls Simon, Andrew, James, and John...
Did you know that living a Christian life involves much more than simply becoming more religious?  Beyond Following Amazing things happen when you choose to follow Jesus. Yes, you become a member of God’s large family and experience his love. But that’s...
The Bible is full of remarkable stories of friendship that can teach us valuable lessons on how to be a good friend to others. Explore!
It is far from unusual to see contemporary churches embrace “seeker-sensitive” cultural integration. The most popular Churches are those with “concert-style” worship, flexible organisational structure, basic faith, and community engagement.  Agreed, contemporary Christianity can be an exciting adventure of faith....
Paul teaches us how to react “positively” to life’s twists and turns. But more importantly, gives us a new outlook on meaning and purpose. I want you to know, brothers, that what has happened to me has really served to advance the...
The Gospels written by Matthew, Mark, and Luke bring us a beautiful and harmonious story of Jesus' life and ministry. These three gospels are often called the synoptic gospels (gk. syn means "together" and opsis means "seeing"). They share...