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Secular media highlights Christian persecution in China

ICC Note:

Bible League Australia praised Australian secular media outlets last week for their report on Christian persecution inside China. The exposure in secular media is a triumph as most major media outlets are notorious for neglecting to accurately report on Christian persecution worldwide.


8/28/08 China (ChristianToday) Christian persecution and lack of Bible supply in China have become subjects of Australian media interest after a group of American Christians had more than 300 Bibles confiscated by Chinese customs officials last week.


“Bible League is thankful that a number of media outlets chose to report on the extent of Christian persecution and Bible shortage in China.
“As the article in the Sydney Morning Herald (19/08/08) described, Christians who worship in house churches risk persecution because they do not meet in government sanctioned churches which are controlled by the Communist Party.
“The article accurately described how Bibles that are legally printed in China are mainly placed in government sanctioned churches and bookshops—creating a great shortage amongst Christians who worship in house churches.

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