Hundreds of Chinese Christian Schoolchildren Forced to Declare They Follow ‘No Religion’
October 5, 2018
Some 300 schoolchildren in the overtly Christian Zhejiang province have been forced to fill out a form declaring that they do not follow any religion.
A “trusted source” told Christian persecution watchdog World Watch Monitor (WWM) that it is very normal for parents to fill in a questionnaire that asks them about their child’s religion, but that having to falsely declare that they do not follow Jesus is unheard of.
Read more at: http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/2018/october/hundreds-of-chinese-christian-schoolchildren-forced-to-declare-they-follow-lsquo-no-religion-rsquo
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