The Bible is recognized as one of the books with the most significant impact on the world. In China, that impact means a run-in with authorities.
Authorities Against Christians
By tightening surveillance on Christians, old folks in villages are kept from churches, which serve as their fellowship.
The sound of their singing conveyed the unshakeable will of Chinese Christians to continue following the Lord, despite the CCP’s suppression.
Christian calendars, couplets or religious texts are banned and suppliers penalized, as authorities provide to believers counter-propaganda extolling Communism.
The Chinese State continues using technology to monitor its citizen: electric vehicles, like scooters or motorcycles, are only sold with such devices installed.
The Chinese government continues to vilify underground Catholics and house church Protestants, but believers adhere to their faiths in the face of persecution.
Religious prisoners are put to work making clothes or electronics in brutal conditions: 12-hour workdays, denied of nutritious food and medical care, tortured.
A site of Marian apparition and papally-approved pilgrimage route was blockaded, yet underground believers persevere through cold and rain.
In China, universities are regarded as a bastion for promoting socialism through education. As a result, the suppression of religious students is never-ending.
Henan authorities are forcibly taking down religious symbols in individuals’ homes and forcing them to advertise CCP ideology.