Government officials are going after primary and secondary school students to fill their minds with atheist ideology.
A book by American political scientist Carsten Vala answers the question why some house churches are “tolerated” and others are persecuted in China.
Incited by government anti-religion propaganda, son attacks his mother, prohibiting her from practicing her faith.
China’s public security officials prioritize extreme measures to avoid or resist possible mass anti-government uprisings, singling out believers.
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.
The Chinese Communist Party is cracking down on its members who secretly believe in God. Devotion to the Party must be absolute.
Chinese believers are finding that their travel is being monitored or prohibited. They fear social credit system and growing pressure on family members.
Churches and pastors across China gave support to Early Rain Covenant Church, and now they are targeted by the state.
A survey of religious liberty under the CCP regime leads to the conclusion that there is no religious liberty in Communist China, although the regime’s efforts to eradicate religion went through different stages and used different strategies.
The CCP exerts an iron hand at universities across China in an attempt to make them “more patriotic.” Teachers and staff are expelled at the slightest suspicion of their faith.