‘Taught to Hate God’: China’s Communist Party Indoctrinating Children by Telling Them Christianity Is an ‘Evil Cult’

‘Taught to Hate God’: China’s Communist Party Indoctrinating Children by Telling Them Christianity Is an ‘Evil Cult’ by Andrea Morris for CBN News

GNN Note – Always remember, according to the mouthpieces of the federal government and corporate America – China is a friend of the U.S. and we should be more like them. I think not. /END

China’s communist regime is reportedly taking more steps to indoctrinate young children to ensure they worship the country’s communist ruler Xi Jinping instead of God.

As CBN’s Faithwire has reported, under the regime’s Regulations on Religious Affairs, schoolchildren have been trained for years to report any family members who espouse Christian views.

Now the Epoch Times reports that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is escalating its efforts to “groom” young people in China to have the “right ideas and thoughts” that are anchored in atheism.

One Christian mother said her child appeared to be acting differently after attending school.

“Before starting school, I told my child about God’s creation, and he believed it. But after being taught at school, my child is like a different person. In atheistic China, these pure and innocent children have been taught to hate God.”

In one case, a child found a Christian booklet in his home and became anxious because his teacher warned that, “Christianity is a Xie jiao” or “evil cult.”

The children are given a textbook called “Morality and Society” which talks more about Xie jiao.

CBN News previously reported that the CCP strives to eliminate the faith community because it’s perceived as a threat to Xi’s regime. There are more Christians in China than Communist Party members, and this reality doesn’t sit well with the party. So religious materials have been classified as contraband.

Xi has ordered that all religions must “Sinicize” to see that they are loyal to the officially atheistic party.

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