Persecuted Christians Outnumber Communists in China

Persecuted Christians Outnumber Communists in China

“It is a political fear for the Communist Party, as the number of Christians in the country far outnumber the members of the party…” By CFI Field Staff With population of more than 1.3 billion people, China is the world’s most populous nation. Officially, Christians comprise just 5.1 percent of the population, but unofficially the number is much higher and is growing rapidly and this has the Communist Government worried. The systematic,...

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CFI Podcast Episode 17

CFI Podcast Episode 17

What You Need To Know About London’s Muslim Mayor During this episode, Jim looks into the response surrounding the election of London’s new mayor, devout Muslim Sadiq Khan, and his actions upon assuming office. This is another eye opening podcast, please consider sharing. Thank...

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Special Report: Growing Christian Persecution in Egypt and Libya

Special Report:  Growing Christian Persecution in Egypt and Libya

  CFI Interviews families of abducted Christians: By CFI Field Staff in Cairo EGYPT — with a population of almost 90,000,000, Christians make up less than 10 percent of the population and are targeted for death and growing persecution from the Sunni Muslim majority who comprise over 90 percent of Egypt’s inhabitants.   Background: Egyptian President al-Sisi’s authoritarian style of government has to some extent restored the rule of law in...

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Christianity Growing in Bangladesh, Despite Increased Persecution

Christianity Growing in Bangladesh, Despite Increased Persecution

“In the past six years, it is estimated that 91,000 Muslims from across the country have become Christians. This may account for the huge increase in persecution.” Bangladesh, with a population of approximately 170,000,000, is a nation in turmoil. Christian persecution is on the increase. The nation is overwhelmingly Muslim (90 percent of the population). Minority Christians comprise less than one percent and are facing growing persecution....

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