Allowing the Chinese to worship only the Communist Party, authorities are ordering the removal of the fundamental law of Christianity from churches.
Government-controlled Protestant churches suffer brutal crackdowns, often resulting in closures that leave large numbers of believers without a place to worship.
Preachers and pastors from state-approved Three-Self Church continue to suffer violent abuse for any divergence from the CCP’s plan to suppress people of faith.
The Fuzhou Reformed House Church has been shut down by the authorities for refusing to join the Three-Self Church.
By tightening surveillance on Christians, old folks in villages are kept from churches, which serve as their fellowship.
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.