No one denies that Christians and their missionaries are involved in lot of humanitarian works.<quoted text>
I am not beating the drum of Christianity but they choose to venture into the lives of the needy to better their lives.
This I know from the amount of aid from our government when it is needed by those who are left destitute from disaster.
They win universal praises for their works, but that is one side of the story, how better would be if they were on the right path spreading truth and equity into the world.
Most of missionaries take unfair advantage of the suffering of poor people and make them change their religion without educating them what are teachings of their religion and how true they are.
Mere social work can not be the basis to judge what they teach is right, is it?