Fulton was interviewed by Open Doors News, formerly Compass Direct News, about his observations regarding this monthâ€™s power transition to a new controlling political committee, and what that means for the nationâ€™s 80 million Christians.
Historically, Christians have been persecuted in China, with government limits on meetings, membership, Bible ownership, and message. Jail has not been uncommon for evangelicals who want to deliver the Gospel message.
â€śThey know their current religious policy didnâ€™t work. But as soon as you get into the details, it becomes very messy. Even if they recognize the Christians are basically very helpful people, and if they were just to be given more freedom they would do good things, what do you do about the other faiths, the other religious groups?â€ť he said. â€śFor example the â€¦ Muslims out in the West, who are seen as an active political threat. Or, what do you do...
Oh, to answer the title of the thread, probably not. The article which is quite good and worth reading brings up the problem of Islam, e.g., The Islamic Agenda And Its Blueprints, we all need to realize that Islam is much more than a false, obnoxious religion, it also has a political agenda, the urban Chinese have to separate their political actions from Christianity not only is Theonomy wrong, but,
Gil Rugh said or, wrote: .... God does not intend for the Church to control the political process. No matter who is in office God's people submit and continue the work of the ministry of proclaiming the Gospel. As God rules, His people are safe and secure at all times and in all places as His perfect plans are being fulfilled and His purposes accomplished.