1,200 Crosses Taken Down From Churches in China; Christian Leaders Denounce Action as 'Evil'
August 5, 2015
Chinese Christians recently took to the streets in the southeastern city of Wenzhou – also known as China's Jerusalem and home to China's largest Christian community – to protest against the removal of church crosses in what they describe as "an evil" government campaign where some 1,200 crosses have already been removed from public buildings.
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