During the pandemic, China has further tightened its grip on house churches.
The book, written by Peter Jacob, Director for the Centre for Social Justice, was published on the 16th of November.
“The system forces you to only focus on getting your basic survival needs met,” Sookyung Kang explains.
The local authorities looked the other way.
On the 3rd of August, a Chinese Christian was sentenced by the authorities in administrative detention for “illegal evangelism."
The case is not unique. On August 3, a Christian in China was sentenced by the authorities to 10 days for “illegal evangelism.”
Fifteen nationalists broke in and attacked the Christians with wooden clubs and sticks.
Religious life in North Korea is controlled by the authorities which have destroyed most churches and other places of worship.
Despite being severely persecuted, estimates show that there are around sixty million Christians living in China.