Government officials are going after primary and secondary school students to fill their minds with atheist ideology.
Chinese police stake out churches, register believers who enter, then appear at their homes for “inspections.” Fearful worshipers are staying away from church.
Churches aren’t allowed to use the Bible, hymn books or other religious readings unless sanctioned and published by the government.
In the new China, Buddhist and Daoist artifacts are destroyed, and temples are turned into nondescript buildings for worshiping the state.
The Chinese Communist Party is cracking down on its members who secretly believe in God. Devotion to the Party must be absolute.
The goal of the Chinese government is to create “religious” groups with marked Party characteristics by systemically transforming their ideology.
Beijing’s effort to monitor religious groups and other citizens to prevent “instability and disunity” taken to absurd lengths. Who is watching you now?
Continuing the pattern in China’s Northeast, believers arrested, forced to sign anti-religious pledges, for daring to meet in believer’s home.
In an expanded push to strangle religious faith, schools in Shandong Province move to pressure students and teachers to pledge to reject God or face consequences.
The Chinese government is going after elementary and high schools to teach students that atheism, not religion, is the best belief system.