Aikman: Savage Repression in China

Tuesday, July 5, 2011 Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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As many American Christians are aware, China’s Christian house churches, those Christian communities who don’t want to be controlled by the Communist Party, have been under their savage repression in years from the authorities.  The most serious persecution has targeted the Shouwang church, the largest in Beijing.
Now China’s Communist-controlled church organization, the Three-Self Patriotic Movement is joining in the repression. Not only are its officials showing up at police interrogations of detained house church members, they are celebrating decades of collaboration with the Communist Party by organizing a praise concert.
That’s like the Nazi Party requiring chorales from churches in occupied wartime Europe. How sick and degraded can you get? 
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