China Announces New Internet Restrictions for Religious Content on Internet

Photo courtesy of Bibles for China on Facebook.

The government of China has announced new internet regulations. Foreigners who post religious material online will need a license to do so. The poster must also be affiliated with a recognized church or institution.

It’s all a part of sinicization, a growing effort to make all religious groups in China subject to the Chinese Communist Party.

Kurt Rovenstine with Bibles for China says, “Everything [that is posted] has to fit within the social harmony, the progress of society. These things are pretty typical within the communist regime. It especially restricts the house churches.”

“Back when COVID-19 hit, just about every church, organization, and gathering put their services online in one way or another.”

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

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