Dear Admin, Me think that you should encourage a …
Comment posted Lifestyle of Kerala Syrian Christians by George Mathew.
Me think that you should encourage a write up or article about the ‘Manichaeans’ and their relationship to the Nasranis in the NSC. Some will seriously object to it.. But I think we should take this bold step. This does not mean that we subscribe to the views of the Mancihaeans or that we are fond of them.
It only means that they were a community living besides us and the people should have the right to know about them. This will help.
As John said, it truly interesting and I too have thought about what happened to the Manicheans. Perhaps John or Kizahakken themselves may be willing to do a write up. Ofcourse, they can expect criticism, which is very needed.
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