The Living and the Dead

Reflecting on a recent crackdown on Chinese churches — and how such things are less severe than before, when Marxism was a living religion — I notice a distinct lack of such crackdowns and punishments in the West.

But of course, secularist authorities beat down on living, active churches. If there isn’t a need for a scapegoat, they don’t bother with dead churches.

It’s far more amusing, getting these churches to beg and crawl and do tricks for treats from the hand of their real master, the one they actually obey.

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