Hindus in India took a pastor and his wife, doused them gasoline and demanded that they convert to Hinduism. Before they could be set on fire, the pastor and his wife managed to escape. This, yet another, example of the evil nature of Hinduism was reported as such:
Hindu radicals in India doused a Christian pastor and his wife in gasoline in an attempt to force them to convert, a leading Christian human rights group has reported.
According to Christian Solidarity Worldwide, the attack occurred on April 17, when two men posed as Christians and went to Berseba Church in Chhattisgarh state’s Karanji Village in search of prayer.
The church’s pastor, Deenbandhu Sameli, let the two men into the church and was then attacked and forced to chant “jai sri ram,” which means “hail Lord Rama” (one of the incarnations of the Hindu god Vishnu).
A statement from the organization reveals the men then poured gasoline all over the pastor and his wife, Meena, in an attempt to scare them into converting to Hinduism.
Additionally, the radicals caused “considerable” damage to the church and desecrated and destroyed many items, including Bibles, the pulpit, public address system, furniture and various items donated to the church.
Both the pastor and his wife were able to escape before the radicals were able to set them on fire.