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The Damage Governments Inflict on Religious Property

Wenzhou is called “China’s Jerusalem” because of the number of churches that have popped up around the city. And Sanjiang Church was, according to the New York Times, the “pride of this city’s growing Christian population.” That was before the government brought in bulldozers and razed the church building to the ground. Continue Reading...

Chinese Government Destroys Church; Denies Persecution

Wenzhou, China, is known as the “Jerusalem of the East” because of its large Christian population, a population that had, until recently, enjoyed the Sanjiang Church for worship. A massive structure, Sanjiang Church took over 12 years to build and was a site of pilgrimage for Chinese Catholics. Continue Reading...

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