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Church-State Tensions and Christianity in China

Nov 20, 2005 (All Things Considered) — President Bush worshipped at a state-sanctioned church in Beijing Sunday morning, a gesture meant to encourage greater religious freedom in China. Debbie Elliott takes a closer look at the practice of Christianity in China with Carol Lee Hamrin, co-editor of God and Caesar in China: Policy Implications of Church-State Tensions.

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