Roundup: China, secularism, John Stott
For the first time, China’s illegal underground churches, whose members are estimated in the tens of millions, are mounting a unified and increasingly organized push for legal recognition. The government, fearing that faith in God will soon subvert faith in the party, is responding with a stepped up campaign against the churches and the networks uniting them.
Survey evidence suggests that a majority of people, whether religious or not, are pro-secular.
It all depends on what you mean by religion.
If evangelicals could elect a pope, “Stott is the person they would likely choose.”
Remembering evangelical John R. W. Stott.