Thomas Jefferson on Christianity

UPDATE 23 Oct 2018:

The post is clearly wrong. It was Mark Twain, not Jefferson, who wrote this about Christianity.

See this: TwainQuotes.com


Thomas Jefferson (1743 – 1826), the third President of the United States (1801–1809), the principal author of the Declaration of Independence (1776) had this to say about Christianity —
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How Does one Market Something Free

My friend, Dr Aniruddha Malpani, is an IVF specialist in Mumbai. When he is not busy getting women pregnant, he runs “HELP” — the world’s largest free patient education library. Now he needs help. He wrote to me, saying, Continue reading “How Does one Market Something Free”

The Endurance of Indians

Reports of gross misdeeds by people in power leave as much of an impression on the Indian mind as does yesterday’s weather forecast. And they appear to be as helpless in the face of institutionalized corruption and criminal behavior as in altering the weather. They take both as a given, a fact of nature that is outside their control.
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