@ John Mathew So I would you explain the …
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@ John Mathew
So I would you explain the fact that the majority of Keralite Christians belong to the Catholic Church (Syro Malabar Church)? and the latinization of the liturgical mass?
The Catholic Church during the Middle Ages, in Europe, was no different from present day Terrorist groups. Popes were like tyrannical kings who killed Jews and others. And the main language was Latin. I don’t believe that the Nasranis had any connection with this church until the arrival of the Portuguese. And the Portuguese who discriminated Jews (ex: 5000 Jews were killed in Lisbon in 1506) obviously hated seeing the Jewish influenced version of Christianity among the Nasranis.
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