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FRONT PAGE  |  10/20/2020
WEDNESDAY, SEP 23, 2020  |  10 comments  |  1 commentary
China bans teachers from mentioning God or prayer
Teachers in China who mention God or religion risk employment termination as communist authorities increasingly control education materials and expand their list of banned topics teachers are not allowed to discuss in classrooms.

According to Bitter Winter, a publication produced by the Center for Studies on New Religion which reports on human rights issues in China, the Chinese Communist Party is strictly monitoring what teachers say in schools and universities.

Teachers are observed in their classrooms by authorities who watch for “reactionary thoughts” or “improper remarks,” ensuring students are not taught about democracy, religion, or exposed to any criticism of the regime. Schools in China are government-controlled, and therefore communist in ideology. ...


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News Item9/28/2020 10:24 PM
Julia | Pa  Find all comments by Julia
So this is what are world has come to.SO Dumb
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News Item9/23/2020 6:35 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
The Quiet Christian wrote:
Been there, Brother Frank. Yes, chaplains have been handcuffed and not permitted to do their jobs. Good ones have been cashiered. I've had my own run ins. I've also met some chaplains who were attempting to preach and teach Christ and seemed to be tolerated. They were also fairly junior.
But you are so right about the nature of this world. You are also very right about what our forebears in the faith went thru. Compared with what I've faced, no comparison.
Amen brother! And regardless of the life we have lived in Christ, all our sins have been forgiven and we will spend eternity with Him. We obey Him not because we have to, but because we want to.
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News Item9/23/2020 5:41 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Been there, Brother Frank. Yes, chaplains have been handcuffed and not permitted to do their jobs. Good ones have been cashiered. I've had my own run ins. I've also met some chaplains who were attempting to preach and teach Christ and seemed to be tolerated. They were also fairly junior.

But you are so right about the nature of this world. You are also very right about what our forebears in the faith went thru. Compared with what I've faced, no comparison.

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News Item9/23/2020 4:51 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Interesting brother QC.

I spent 10 ½ years in the Army; 1964 to 1968 and from 1971 to 1977. I was in the Army Security Agency which has been disbanded as far as I know. I also was blessed to work at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany as a civilian from 2001 to 2003. I was on a military compound and also got to meet many of the wounded soldiers coming back from the Middle East.

During my military service I was unsaved, so Christian things were not important to me at all. But, when I was at Landstuhl, I got into it with chaplains and even the base commander over Christian issues. Do you know that chaplains cannot present
the gospel to fellow soldiers?

But brother, I fully and completely understand how our employment can conflict with our Christian walk. Christianity is the enemy of satan and he certainly makes that clear to all of us.

Can we even imagine what it must have been like during the inquisition where someone was getting ready be burned alive for speaking out against the RCC. I try to picture their wives and children watching this happen.

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News Item9/23/2020 4:34 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
The “pandemic” that became the excuse for the Chinese wrecking ball to get moving again, is also the excuse being used in the west for similar purposes. If there’s a difference, it’s the degree of application.
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News Item9/23/2020 2:55 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
It's a hard time, Brother Frank, and I believe you have captured the tension well...maintaining employment while maintaining a Christian testimony (what Old English calls "conversation"). I have also had to be less overt in my testimony when I was on active duty. But, Christians can still shine thru in their conduct, adherence to the highest values, treatment of others, and work ethic. I found that the typical stereotype was true: the guy with all the Christian paraphenailia on his desk was one of the worst employees.

Instead of waving about our "label" like those of the LGBT crowd, we should be living what we say we believe. It's a whole lot more effective as a witness (1 Peter 4). And if we don't do what we say is true, doesn't it then expose ourselves as frauds (Romans 7 notwithstanding)?

Our brethren in China are living this now in a more extreme way. We here in the US are only starting to feel the pressure.

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News Item9/23/2020 2:36 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
The Quiet Christian wrote:
It is a very difficult situation, Brother Frank, for our brothers and sisters who work in public schools. We need to pray for our Brother Wayfarer, for instance. I have heard that some school districts are better than others. We homeschool, so that's all beyond our personal knowledge.
Yes brother, life can be difficult especially in any public setting. I remember when I noticed the beginning of PC changes when I was working. I do pray that all of our brothers and sisters who are in the workforce will not compromise their testimony. If we truly trust and believe in our Lord and Savior, then we will not compromise.
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News Item9/23/2020 12:20 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
It is a very difficult situation, Brother Frank, for our brothers and sisters who work in public schools. We need to pray for our Brother Wayfarer, for instance. I have heard that some school districts are better than others. We homeschool, so that's all beyond our personal knowledge.
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News Item9/23/2020 10:39 AM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
I’m sure most of us know that if someone is teaching in a public school in America and they mention Christ, salvation or any other biblical concept they will be fired. I don’t know of any exception to this, so if someone can enlighten me that would be great.

This is one reason why I believe that “if possible” all Christian families should home school.

Before the return of our Lord and Savior, there must be a worldwide falling away from the gospel. We are seeing the escalation of this in our lifetime - worldwide.

2 Timothy 3:13 But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived.

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News Item9/23/2020 5:42 AM
Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
“”authorities who watch for “reactionary thoughts” or “improper remarks,” ensuring students are not taught about democracy, religion, or exposed to any criticism of the regime. Schools in China are government-controlled, and therefore communist in ideology. ...“”

Communism demonstrating its stalinesqe fear of freedom of speech, thinking and religion.

BIG BROTHER is alive and living in China.

They are an oppressed people living in a satanic despotic state.

May GOD have mercy on their souls. Amen.

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