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For those studying the current debate and developments concerning Church-State relations in China, the news and analyses listed below may be relevant. [N.B., Please note that the inclusion of any article in the list, in which various sides of the debate are represented, does not necessarily imply agreement or endorsement.]

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If, after all, you should have to suffer in the cause of right, yours is a blessed lot. Do not be afraid or disturbed at their threats; enthrone Christ as Lord in your hearts. If anyone asks you to give an account of the hope which you cherish, be ready at all times to answer for it, but courteously and with due reverence. What matters is that you should have a clear conscience; so the defamers of your holy life in Christ will be disappointed in their calumny. It may be God’s will that we should suffer for doing right; better that, than for doing wrong.” (I Peter iii, 14-17)