Bible Ban: God's Word Disappears from Online Stores in China

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(Worthy News) - Bibles are being pulled from online retailers in China as the government cracks down on how its citizens practice religion. Christians fear a new wave of widespread persecution may be underway.

The communist country has always controlled the sale of the Bible, but according to CNN, now online searches for the "Holy Bible" do not garner any results.

JD.com, Amazon.cn and Taobao, China's biggest online marketplaces, did not include the Bible. Some online searches did turn up "baby food bible" and the "autoimmune disease healing bible" and other related study guides and children's Bible stories. [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Bible Ban: God's Word Disappears from Online Stores in China

  1. The communist party continues to somehow think they can erase thousands of years of history and faith. But Christianity grows exponentially in the places its persecuted the most

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