In 2019, the world celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Protest of 1989. Few however realize that what happened then determined the fate of religion in China in the next 30 year.
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People in China are paying for their beliefs with their lives, like a member of The Church of Almighty God from Henan who died while in detention.
Government officials shut down Christmas Mass celebrations in the Archdiocese of Fuzhou under the pretext of “keeping stability.”
The Chinese Communist Party is cracking down on its members who secretly believe in God. Devotion to the Party must be absolute.
Foreign Christian teachers deported, and Christian students and teachers face penalties, as Chinese schools seek to reinforce the gospel according to Marx.
A torchlight procession for peace in Rho requested the Italian government to welcome the victims of religious persecution.
One such present given to Christians in Henan Province was a couplet that celebrated the Chinese Communist Party.
Chinese believers are finding that their travel is being monitored or prohibited. They fear social credit system and growing pressure on family members.
A special issue of the respected academic journal debunks the idea that new religious movements are inherently violent—and that The Church of Almighty God was responsible for the murder of a woman in a McDonald’s in 2014
Under the pretext of urban renewal, authorities in Wenzhou city, in China’s eastern province of Zhejiang, cause destruction.