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Worldwide Christian Persecutions for 'Bhutan'

Christians in Bhutan Seek to Dispel Regime’s Mistrust

Church leaders call for dialogue to defend against accusations of unethical evangelism. By Vishal Arora

Religious Conversion Worst Form of ‘Intolerance,’ Bhutan PM Says

Propagation of religion is allowable – but not seeking conversions, top politician says. By Vishal Arora

Official Recognition Eludes Christian Groups in Bhutan

Christians can practice their faith even without legal identity, officials argue. By Vishal Arora

Legal Status Foreseen for Christianity in Buddhist Bhutan

Country’s religious regulatory authority expected to consider recognition before year’s end. By Vishal Arora

Buddhist Bhutan Proposes ‘Anti-Conversion’ Law

A vendor of articles used in Buddhist rituals in Bhutan. (Photo: Compass) Already suppressed Christians say bill is designed to control growth.

Why Bhutan’s Royalists Fear Christianity

People in Bhutan worship their king, who embodies religious and political authority. Social, political factors behind country’s reluctance to allow Christianity to grow

Despite Democracy, Christians in Bhutan Remain Underground

There are no visible signs of Christianity in Bhutan; Christians live out their faith in secret. Open practice of faith could lead to more persecution, they fear. THIMPHU, Bhutan, January 25 MPBS24/7 REPORT From(CDN) — In this distant and isolated nation in the eastern Himalayas, known as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon,” almost everything looks uniformly Buddhist.

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