Bibles pulled from online stores as China increases control of religion
April 12, 2018
The Bible appears to have been removed from online marketplaces in China, as Beijing clamps down on how its citizens practice religion.
China has always controlled sales of the Bible, only allowing it to be distributed and printed by state-sanctioned churches, but in recent years it had been available to buy online.
Read more at: https://citizentv.co.ke/news/bibles-pulled-from-online-stores-as-china-increases-control-of-religion-196771/
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