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No. Gandhi was not a terrorist. The reason why he liked Christ is because Jesus is loving and wants us to love and "be at peace with all people whenever possible". Gandhi saw that people who call them selves 'Christians' are not 'Christlike' (the meaning of Christian). Jesus is perfect, Christians are not, we are just saved from the consequence of our sin, separation from God and eternal damnation. As I see it, most of us are far off from being Christ-like and are not doing the things Jesus desired of our lives. But Gandhi missed the widom that accepting Christ as savior does not make this world or himself perfected till Jesus comes back for us.

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Gandhi was most certainly not a terrorist. He was basically the opposite of a terrorist because terrorists cause suffering. He was a very peaceful man. He was probably making an observation based on some people he had observed who had the name of Christian but did not live up to the high ideals of their master.


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No. Mr Gandhi was not a terrorist. He was only telling the truth, because some are Christians only in name, not in deeds.
Matthew 15:7 Ye hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy of you, saying, 15:8 This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me.

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Gandhi was most likely a religious and moral man and called them as he saw them, honest of opinion.
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