China’s Flirtation with Constantinism

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A few years ago China was attempting to face it’s public immorality during a time when a child was left to be run over in the streets while onlookers when about their daily routine. Now, China is attempting to use religion, devoid of “superstition” (so, you know, no charismatics), to their own ends:

While religion could be a force for good in officially atheist China, it was important to ensure people were not mislead, he told the Study Times, a newspaper published by the Central Party School which trains rising officials.

China says aims to banish superstition, promote knowledge | Reuters.

Anyway, give the article a read.

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