Chinese Officials Propose Rules on Church Crosses

June 12, 2015

(Worthy News)– Chinese provincial officials in Zhejiang have proposed a ban on the placement of all new crosses atop all Christian buildings. According to International Christian Concern, the proposed 36-page draft on religious structures released in May stipulates that every cross must be fully affixed to the building's front and that the cross is not taller than one-tenth the height of the building.


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