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Karma to Grace is a web site designed to promote dialogue between Christians and Hindus. The immediate aim of Karma to Grace is to present a comparison and contrast of and between the ideas of Christianity and Hinduism.

It is our desire to present these ideas accurately and fairly. We want to see the basic concepts of Hinduism and Christianity explained and understood. Though you may not agree with everything presented here, we hope you will gain a greater understanding of the teachings of Hinduism and of Christianity. In some cases there are parallels in these teachings, and in some cases there are deep contrasts. We hope you will respect our attempt to let each idea speak for itself.

There are several aspects of this site.  The goal of dialogue and accurate explanation is aimed at in the first aspect of the site, the "Articles" section, as well as most of the other sections.  The "Life Stories" section is a collection of true stories of those who have come from Karma to Grace, as the name of the web site suggests.

This site is maintained by Christians who are friends of Hindus. If you are a Christian, we hope these ideas will clarify the teachings of Jesus and give you a basic grasp of Hinduism. If you are a Hindu, we hope that these ideas will clarify the teachings of Hinduism and give you a basic grasp of the teachings of Jesus. We have worked hard to present both the teachings of Jesus and the beliefs of Hinduism to the best of our ability and understanding.

We hope the truth will speak for itself.

Honeydrops (Quotations):

The mystic does not bring doubts or riddles: the doubts and riddles exist already. We all feel the riddle of the earth without anyone to point it out. The mystery of life is the plainest part of it. The clouds and curtains of darkness, the confounding vapours, these are the daily weather of this world. Whatever else we have grown accustomed to, we have grown accustomed to the unaccountable. Every stone or flower is a hieroglyphic of which we have lost the key; with every step of our lives we enter into the middle of some story which we are certain to misunderstand.

- G. K. Chesterton. William Blake London: Duckworth and Co. 131


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