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Chinese conference on 'religious freedom' calls for its termination

President demands that 'unyielding Marxist atheists' impose communism on the churches


The Chinese government continues its crackdown on Christian churches by demolishing crosses and other symbols of Christianity. 

Recently, Island Head Christian church was torn down under the pretense that the building was illegally constructed, reports China Aid.

Members of the three-story church building resisted demolition but later yielded when state officials threatened them. 

One church member estimated that the cost of the church was 3 million Yuan or $460,000.

Meanwhile last weekend, China held its first conference on religious "freedom" but instead of rallying for freedom it called for its termination.

This article continues at [CBN] Chinese Government Continues Crackdown On Churches; Imposes Communism

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