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" On examination I have found it to be the most tolerant of all religions known to me. Its freedom from dogma makes a forcible appeal to me inasmuch as it gives the votary the largest scope for self-expression. "
Gandhi: Struggling for Autonomy - Page 16
by Ronald Terchek - 1998 - 265 pages
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Neo-Hindu Views of Christianity

Arvind Sharma - Religion - 1988 - 217 pages
...found it inconsistent with my moral sense or my spiritual growth. On examination, I have found it to be the most tolerant of all religions known to me. Its freedom from dogma makes a forcible appeal to me in as much as it gives to the votary the largest scope for self-expression. Not being an exclusive...
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Neo-Hindu Views of Christianity

Arvind Sharma - Religion - 1988 - 217 pages
...religions known to me. Its freedom from dogma makes a forcible appeal to me in as much as it gives to the votary the largest scope for self-expression. Not being an exclusive religion, it enables followers of that faith not merely to respect other religions, but it also enables them to admire and...
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Glory Of Indian Culture

Giriraj Shah Satya Pal Ruhela - India - 2003 - 152 pages
...tired of calling himself a Hindu because "Hinduism is the most tolerant of all religions known to me, being an exclusive religion, it enables the followers of that faith not merely to respect all other religions but it also enables to admire and assimilate whatever may be good in other faiths."...
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Gandhi and the Challenge of Religious Diversity: Religious Pluralism Revisited

Margaret Chatterjee - Religious pluralism - 2005 - 371 pages
...October 2 1 , 1927. In the same seminal article Gandhi makes this forthright statement about Hinduism: 'Not being an exclusive religion, it enables the followers...not merely to respect all the other religions, but. . . to admire and assimilate whatever may be good in the other faiths'. Here he confesses what his...
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Gandhi, a Spiritual Journey

M. V. Kamath - 2007 - 199 pages
...found it inconsistent with my moral sense or my spiritual growth. On examination I have found it to be the most tolerant of all religions known to me. Its freedom from dogma makes a forcible appeal to me in as much as it gives the votary the largest scope for self-expression. Not being an exclusive religion,...
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