New Legal 'Thriller' Covers India's 'Untouchables'

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Randy Singer is a practicing trial lawyer who also pastors a church on the weekends. In his spare time, he writes legal thrillers.

His latest novel is called "False Witness." 

The plot includes some of his experiences from a recent missions trip to India. Included in his work are some of India's poorest and most neglected people, the Dalits.

The Dalits are the lowest class of people in India's caste system. They're also known as 'untouchables' because they are considered so low.

Pastor Singer talked with CBN News Sr. Reporter George Thomas about the plight of the Dalits, the work of Christian ministries trying to help them, and the revival that's taking place as they hear the gospel.

The Dalit Freedom Network is helping the Dalits find spiritual and economic freedom. For more information, check out their website.

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