Rama Ramanathan

Rama Ramanathan graduated in Mechanical Engineering in 1982 and has since worked in factories and in regional roles in operations and quality management. Early in his Christian life he committed to live in submission to God through learning, obeying and teaching (Ezra 7:10). He blogs at write2rest.blogspot.com.

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  • Recovering the Unspeakable (eBook)


    Probably due to concern about the sensitivities of Muslim listeners, Christians in Malaysia—and the rest of the world—are reluctant to speak in public about Jewish and Christian exilic consciousness. We are reluctant to speak about a consciousness which is rooted in Scripture and expressed powerfully through Christian martyrs. I believe this is unwise, for the result of this reluctance is a veiling of what Christians are prepared to die for.

  • Why am I Attending Vigils? (eBook)


    My purpose in this essay is to clarify my thoughts, to say at least tentatively, why I am attending the candlelight vigils — an illegal act in Malaysia. Why do I deliberately disobey the law? Why do I do it repeatedly? Why do I encourage others to do the same?