China to open the largest Bible printing plant

12 12 2007

URL: Christianity Today

Within the openly-atheistic nation of China, a paradigm shift is happening as the largest bible printing plant will be opened in China, managed by the United Bible Societies, to supply more than 1 million bibles per month to the increasing demand of religious and spiritual awareness. The influx of recent affluence to the rapid industrialized nation has caught many with the evil of wealth and seeks spiritual solace. The message of a hope in a Saviour has attracted many who are disillusioned by material abundance within the society. While China is still listed as the worst religious violator in the world, as many ‘underground’ churches are being persecuted with equal tenacity as Emperor Nero would in the early church days. I pray as the pattern of evangelistic movement has shown over the last hundred years or so that with modernization, evangelistic movement will be made easier to hit inland and offering hope in the message of the Gospel of Jesus to those who desperately needs it.

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Human Rights: China detains managers of Australian company for spreading christianity

23 11 2007

BEIJING, CHINA — Three senior employees of an Australian owned multi-million dollar bio-engineering corporation in China’s Guangdong province remained detained Thursday, November 22, and their company closed, over allegations of involvement in “illegal” Christian activities. It came after Guangzhou Enoch Biological Science and Technology Co., was raided by various Chinese government agencies, said Christian rights group China Aid Association (CAA). Read on the article, click here