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Another Chinese church set to be demolished

May 20, 2014

Communist authorities have countered claims that they are launching an offensive against church buildings, however. The official government line states that they are cracking down on illegal constructions – both religious and secular - but the chairman of Zhejiang's ethnic and religious affair committee is reported to have denounced the growth of Christianity as "too excessive and too haphazard" in a recent speech.

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