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Overall, the article does point out misconceptions about China, to its credit. |
While China is not a Christian nation, it is far more tolerant of Christianity than Christianity is tolerant of Chinese Communism, even if Chinese version of Communism with everyone owning private property, is nothing like Marxism at all, and is a definite improvement over Christian-based feudalism in the glory days of the Holy Roman Empire. Yet, it is Christian to hate communists, and since China is still communist in name, at the least, it is Christian to hate the government of China too. Isn't that the case, Christians?
Think about Jesus Christ, would he approve of the hatred of his self-professed followers when they say they oppose the communist government of China because it is communist, even when it is the most successful government in all history in lifting its hundreds of millions of peasants out of grinding poverty? Did he not say, "whatsoever you do unto the least of my brethren, you have done so unto me"?