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Christianity Thomas on 22 Jul 2010 12:23 am

Christianity in China

In China, millions are converting to Christianity:

In The Land Of Mao, A Rising Tide Of Christianity

Official Chinese surveys now show that nearly one in three Chinese describe themselves as religious, an astonishing figure for an officially atheist country, where religion was banned until three decades ago.

The last 30 years of economic reform have seen an explosion of religious belief. China’s government officially recognizes five religions: Protestantism, Catholicism, Buddhism, Islam and Daoism. The biggest boom of all has been in Christianity, which the government has struggled to control.

One Response to “Christianity in China”

  1. on 23 Jul 2010 at 8:27 pm 1.Merlin said …

    It was just a matter of time, People will not continue to buy into the state religion that is so sad and pointless.

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