Chai Ling, former Tiananmen leader, has become a Christian
The conversion of Chai Ling is the latest in a series by different Tiananmen leaders. After struggling for ideas of equality and democracy, thanks to their relationship with the West or with missionaries in China, they have discovered that their commitment to human rights is reasonable only if grounded on a Christian basis. "- When we thought we were starting a democracy movement- says Chai Ling - we shouted out all man are born equal. Now I know I can say it with confidence because God had created us all equal in his image and likeness.
It should be noted that Chai Ling had no religious education: "[In China] ‚Äď she recalls - we were not allowed to believe in God. ‚ÄúGod‚ÄĚ was deemed by the leaders as the evil things that the capitalists use to brainwash the people. It was a word that was forbidden in our society. As a result, God‚Äôs love was scare too. The society was filled with hatred, distrust and...
Galatians 3 27 For all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. 28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free man, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.---NASB
Christianity however is greater than an form of politics, for social and sexual distinctions remain, but when it comes to salvation we are equal before Christ.