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What is the fastest growing religion in China?
The fastest growing religion in China is Buddhism, according to the Chinese Family Panel Studies surveys of 2012 and 2014: Source: Wenzel-Teuber, Katharina (2017).
Does China allow Christianity?
Yes, Christianity in China is legal, and yes, churches can meet publicly under the TSPM banner. But this comes with consequences. The TSPM reserves the right to censor and control their churches to the extent they deem necessary and appropriate.
How many religions are practiced in China?
The Four Official Religions of China: Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, and Christianity. Religion today is growing in diversity and openness to the worldwide context. No religion has ever assumed a dominant position in China.
What is the population of Christians in China?
The government declared in 2018 that there are over 44 million Christians in China. On the other hand, some international Christian organizations estimate there are tens of millions more, who choose not to publicly identify as such, but these estimations are usually controversial and even suspected as deliberate inflation.