“The construction of Chinese Christian Theology should adapt to China’s national condition and integrate with Chinese culture.” — Wang Zuoan, director of the State Administration of Religious Affairs 
This recent pronouncement indicates the Chinese want to construct a “Christianity” that cannot be perceived as a threat to socialism.
The Chinese government currently exerts control–regulates–over half the Christian congregations in China. The underground churches are unregulated, and these believers must deal with the reality of potential and actual consequences from exercising their faith.
The Chinese have apparently decided to create a more pliable, government approved version of the Christian faith. It is a certainty this “Chinese Christian Theology” will not be anchored by the Bible.
However, China’s restriction of religion is by no means limited to Christianity.
Acording to Matt Schiavenza of International Business Times, “In 2007, Beijing passed a law prohibiting Buddhists from reincarnation. (The government has thus far not revealed whether there have been any violations.) In Tibet, government minders have replaced monks as supervisors of Buddhist temples throughout the region, reversing a long-standing policy.” 
“In the far-western Xinjiang region,” writes Schiavenza, “whose 9 million ethnic Uighurs practice a mild form of Sunni Islam, Beijing limits permission of Muslims to make the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, while in July China banned fasting during the holy month of Ramadan. And this month, in Karamay, the local government said residents wearing Islamic clothing, and men wearing long beards, could not legally board city buses.” 
Facing continued repression are the adherents of Falun Gong, which is a “Chinese system of meditation, martial-arts exercises, and spiritual teachings.” 
Author Ethan Gutman claims more than 64,000 members of Falun Gong have had body parts harvested by the Chinese government.  Much of this harvesting has allegedly taken place while the prisoners were still alive.
While Christianity is being redesigned (?) by the Chinese government, America may well be headed toward a government inspired remake (?) as well, because of the issue of homosexuality–and because of the 501c3 status of the vast majority of churches.
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1. South China Morning Post 8/7/2014 http://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1568209/china-will-create-own-christian-belief-system-amid-tensions-church-says
2. Matt Schiavenza, International Business Times, http://www.ibtimes.com/china-establishes-new-christian-theology-control-its-christian-population-1652372