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China Implements Most Restrictive Rules On Religion Yet

Following on the heels of Russia's Yarovaya Law, which demonstrated to the world that Putin is no fan of the Gospel nor of Christianity despite his claims to the contrary, China is set to implement the most restrictive policies on religion yet.

Coming into force this Friday, the State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA) has decreed:

-No religious activities that are not approved by SARA.

-No one may provide a venue for religious services that are not approved by SARA.

-No one may use their home for religious practices that are not approved by SARA (including home or family Bible studies).

-No publishing religious materials without approval from SARA.

-No foreign or domestic donations may be made to any religious organization that hasn’t been approved by SARA.

-No one may call themselves a pastor without the approval of SARA.

-No international religious exchanges may happen without the approval of SARA.

-No one may study theology at school without the approval of SARA.

Satan's noose tightens as the age draws to its climactic conclusion, but Jesus has overcome the world.  He will deliver His people.

Pray.

Maranatha!


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