(小群教會). One of the names (derived from their hymnal) designating a large Chinese Christian movement (or, rather, group of movements) founded in the 1920s by Watchman Nee (Ni Tuosheng, 倪柝聲, 1903–1972), who had been in touch with one of the branches of the Brethren movement in the UK, but later decided to establish an independent Chinese organization. The movement is also known as Local Church. The CCP arrested Nee in 1952 and kept him in jail until his death in 1972, but its main disciple, Witness Lee (Li Changshou, 李常受, 1905–1997), managed to escape to Taiwan and reorganize a movement there.
Music, Education, and the Tai Ji Men Case: A New Study by Susan Wang-Selfridge
A paper presented at an international conference held in Warsaw in January has now been published.
Court of Rome: Jehovah’s Witnesses “Ostracism” Is Not Illegal
Judges confirmed that counseling members to shun ex-members is part of both corporate religious liberty and the individual right to choose who to associate with
Chinese Communist Party, “The Vanguard of the Anti-Cult Movement”
For its 100th anniversary, CCP claims a world leadership in fighting “cults.” But the document reveals that “cults” are a pretext to fight religion in general.
United Nations Denounce International Persecution of the Ahmadis
From Pakistan, it is being exported to several other countries. It should be stopped immediately, the U.N. say.