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FRONT PAGE  |  4/26/2017
MONDAY, MAR 4, 2013  |  7 comments
Empire strikes back: China assaults home churches

China’s crackdown against its thriving home-church movement is surging, only a few months after it was reported the communist nation’s attacks on Christians had subsided, according to a new report from the Chinese-focused human rights group China Aid.

China Aid said its research shows a 42 percent increase in persecution over the past 12 months.

China Aid founder Bob Fu, who says the Chinese government is wary of organized groups, confirmed, “Experts say the Communist Party in China has long felt threatened by any movement that galvanizes a large sector of the population, fearing it could wield political clout.”

Now, he said, “The nation has become more systematically hostile to worshipers.” ...


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Scott | Scott  Find all comments by Scott
Bibles printed in China are exported to the USA, not distributed in China. Companies like Zondervan and Holman etc (consolidation means there are not many Bible publishers left) just like other books. US publishers outsource their printing to Chinese printers (like RR Donnely) and import the books to the US and the printers make a profit and pay their taxes to the Chinese government. Which funds repression.
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News Item3/4/13 2:31 PM
Bro. James | Texas  Find all comments by Bro. James
From what I understand the reason that Chinese bibles must be printed in china is because ithat is the only way that the Chinese govt. would allow the bibles to enter china. My source is a Gideon and by the way they can print bind and distribute the Word of God for about 5 U S dollars each.
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News Item3/4/13 11:58 AM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
The bigger picture wrote:
Why not? With English language skills growth rampant in China could this not be of the Lord?

A principled stand on what basis? All countries are hostile to Christianity. The word of God is not chained.

For some reason I was unable to access the article, but I agree with your thought. Many try to equate Christianity to "the American" way of life or to some governments, etc., but Christ said to go into all the world. Hence, I consider myself to be a stranger and a pilgrim in this world.
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News Item3/4/13 10:17 AM
The bigger picture  Find all comments by The bigger picture
Scott McMahan wrote:
Why are we supporting China by outsourcing our Bible printing to the country, when it is hostile to Christianity?
Why not? With English language skills growth rampant in China could this not be of the Lord?

Scott McMahan wrote:
I understand secular companies making the business decision to move production to China as their margins are squeezed. But shouldn't Christians have a principled stand with regard to a country that is hostile to Christianity?
A principled stand on what basis? All countries are hostile to Christianity. The word of God is not chained.
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News Item3/4/13 9:57 AM
km | va  Find all comments by km
Start buying bibles from the trinitatian bible society. They only offer the kjv but at least they are printed mostly in the U.K.
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News Item3/4/13 7:58 AM
Always online  Find all comments by Always online
A negligible and dwindling percentage of Western Christians read the Bible text on paper. Most are read digitally. Bibles are increasingly being purchased as gifts.
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News Item3/4/13 7:38 AM
Scott McMahan | Internet  Find all comments by Scott McMahan
Almost all English Bibles are printed in China now. Christians boycott anything and everything, but I have never heard a single peep out of anyone about this situation. For the past three or four years, publishers have increased outsourcing Bible printing to China and importing them to the USA.

Why are we supporting China by outsourcing our Bible printing to the country, when it is hostile to Christianity?

I understand secular companies making the business decision to move production to China as their margins are squeezed. But shouldn't Christians have a principled stand with regard to a country that is hostile to Christianity?

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