It is the basic purpose and duty of every religion to guide humanity to lead a peaceful life, by upholding certain noble principles, in order to maintain human rights and dignity of person. Almost all the religions and philosophies of the world have given central place to the idea of justice and injustice, right and wrong, good and evil; legality and illegality and the dignity of man and equality of men.
Today the sanctity and dignity of a person has vital importance in the constitutions and laws of the states. The protection of dignity of man and fundamental rights of the people is generally recognized as the basic and fundamental aim of modern international law. Both the people and governments of the states have been insisting that by laws and constitutions of the states, the fundamental rights and freedoms of the people must be respected and secured.
Variety of Religion is found in the history. The present study analyzes the different aspects of Christianity in the perspective of human rights and compares it with Islam.
MAARIF RESEARCH JORNAL December 1st, 2014
Posted In: Issue 08, MAARIF RESEARCH JOURNAL
Christianity, Human Rights, Islam
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In the colonial period a close relation existed between Christian missionaries and western imperialism. In the first half of twentieth century Christian missionaries held several missionary conferences in colonized areas. These conferences were organized by protestant missionary societies to achieve their goals.
MAARIF RESEARCH JORNAL January 1st, 2014
Posted In: Issue 07, MAARIF RESEARCH JOURNAL
Christianity, LUCKNOW MISSIONARY CONFERENCE, MISSIONARY
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