In spite of his crimes against the Christians under his leadership, Xi Jinping, just like any other man, still has a "way of escape" available to him, Yi continued, “and that is the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
"The Rev. Hong Yujie, a longtime friend of Wang based in Vancouver, described Wang as 'the bravest pastor in China today,' and with remarks like this, you can certainly see why," Faithwire reported. "Under Jinping, China has become one of the most hostile environments on earth for followers of Jesus."
Jinping, who abolished presidential term limits in 2018, has made the People's Republic of China an increasingly draconian and threatening environment for zealous believers of any faith, especially Christians.
In attempts to “transform believers in religion into believers in the party,” Jinping's administration has arrested thousands of people, shut down many churches, extended its already strict rules on religious observance to include private in-home worship, forcing citizens to remove crosses and images of Jesus and replace them with images of President Jinping, according to the South China Morning Post.