Local Officials Visit Anti-Cult Base
By Grace Zhi, September 07, 2017 06:09 AM
On August 23, 2017, ten officials from the Wuhu Politico-Legal Committee and anti-cult office of Anhui Province visited an anti-cult admonitory education base in Jiaojiang Church of Taizhou, Zhejiang.
An anti-cult leader of the church stated that visitors came in streams since the opening of the anti-cult base. Positive feedbacks were given and the publicity was good.
A staff member of Jiaojiang Church said that before the foundation of the base, the church carried out anti-cult education within the church. Later dissemination was begun outside the church after the base's establishment.
Currently, Jehovah's Witnesses is an active heresy in Jiaojiang District. The local church takes precautions against the heresy.
Meanwhile, non-Christians know more about Christianity, realizing that Christianity is a religion stressing love for God and people and patriotism.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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