Tuesday, September 9th, 2008
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Not-so Christian charity
Written by Sophan Seng
Tuesday, 09 September 2008
Your article “Proselytising amid poverty” (September 3) explicitly detailed the truth happening among Christian missionaries in Cambodia. Christian missionaries have been academically recognised as the coordinators of colonies.
Cambodia was first known to the world significantly by a Portugal priest San Antonio, who briefly described the beautiful cultural temples and peaceful people of Cambodia. In his memo written in 1604, regarded as a short essay reflecting the reality in Cambodia, he mentioned the greatness of the Angkor Wat ruins and speculated they were so amazing they were built by Roman architects.
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Tags: Chevre, colonies, conversion, missionaries, proselytising, San Antinio, Thomas Hobbs