June 15, 2014

Is Beijing Changing Its Policy Toward Christianity?

Peter Berger, The American Interest

The Associated Press

It appears to be. And its hostility is only likely to increase as the regime turns to forces such as nationalism to legitimate itself in the face of an inevitable slowdown in China’s rate of growth.

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