Christ In Rig Veda Devatarchana Mantra? Nonsense

I had rebutted all this point by point with evidence.What shocked me today, on Christmas of 2020,an advertisement in the Deccan herald by a Christian missionary group, quoting Rig Vedic Devatharchana,as having  been foretold Christ and Christianity.

Christians Practice Caste Supreme Court Affidavit Reservation Benefits by Christian

The case was filed by one Mr. Thomas that Christians practice Caste while Christianity does not.Therefore they have to be given Reservation benefits

Massacre of Hindus Goa Inquisition Xavier Pope Role

133 Papal edicts were passed.

Hindus were not allowed to retain their names.

They were burnt at stakes.

They were lynched.

Such of those who were forced to become Christians were treated badly by the earlier Christians.

Jesus Suprabhatha in Sanskrit,Time To Register Protest

In fact, Thirupparnkundram,One of the six special abode of Murugan,Subrahmanya,is called as Sikhander Mountain by Muslim groups and the hill in Kashmir where Adi Shankaracharya meditated,has been called as Suleiman Hills by the Department of Archeology,India.

Time people recorded these frauds so that future generations are not presented with false History.

St.Thomas Mount, Chennai image

Thomas Did Not Visit India Thomas Mount is Bhringi Malai

The fact is that Thomas did not come to India ,much less was murdered by Hindu Brahmins. The church is built on the foundations of a Hindu temple, though Ponnu Elizabeth Mathew neglected to mention this fact. The church contains on its altar reredos a famous “bleeding” stone cross said to have been carved by St. Thomas. That St. Thomas has never been described anywhere as a stone cutter seems to have escaped the writer’s notice, as does the old Palhavi inscription on the carving’s border which identifies it to be of Persian origin. It has been dated to the 8th Century by experts, as have other “St. Thomas” crosses found in Kerala churches. Crosses were not used by Christians to identify their religion until long after the Council of Nicea in the 4th Century, probably not until the 7th Century.