Group: Officials Destroying Crosses, Burning Bibles in China

In this May 21, 2018, photo, a man walks into the Zion church in Beijing. The Zion church was shut on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, by around 60 government workers who arrived at 4:30 p.m. accompanied by buses, police cars and fire trucks, the church's pastor, Ezra Jin Mingri, said Monday.

By Published on September 11, 2018

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  • Lisa

    “…forms stating that the signatories had renounced their Christian faith…under pain of expulsion from school and the loss of welfare benefits.”

    An excellent example of why we don’t want government to get too big and give us too much stuff…because then they control you. What they give, they can take away.

    • Stephen D

      People forget government can’t give without taking stuff (money, freedom) from us in the first place. Never be grateful to government. You have already been robbed of what they are giving you.

  • Cody

    Big government love of money lots of power mingled with a little lawlessness seems to be right were our government is heading the left already has said the right clings to their guns and bibles. its time to vote and pray less we become like China, which haves forced abortions.

  • Bacchus

    Christianity has a long history in that country, it was there long before it was brought to America. These thugs are fools to think they can stamp it out.

  • Certain users on here are stoked no doubt. This is what they always wanted as they think it will apotheosize them to overthrow God’s order.

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