People in India have been converting to Christianity following what has been described as miraculous healings done in the name of Jesus, persecution watchdog group Open Doors has said. These Christians have remained devoted to their new faith in Jesus, despite enduring immense pressure from radicals who beat them for refusing to worship Hindu gods. Open Doors shared the stories of several Christians from India on Monday, with one man, identified as Sohan, describing what

happened to him after he and others in his village decided to follow Christ: “The villagers crowded around us and started punching and kicking us, all over our bodies. They asked us to praise Hindu gods and goddesses. We refused. They kicked us harder.” Sohan was accused by the radicals of converting people to Christianity, which is against the law in five of India’s states. READ MORE