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Hong Kong Christians 'harassed' by mainland's Church of Almighty God

A speech denoucing the Church of Almighty God held in Tuen Mun this March. Photo: Vicky Feng

Chan Kang-kwong lived a quiet life with his wife in Tuen Mun before she encountered the Church of Almighty God, which has been branded an "evil cult" and banned by Beijing.

Friday, 9 August, 2013, 9:46pm

1,000 'Doomsday cult' members arrested on mainland

Mainland police have arrested nearly 1,000 people in the crackdown on a Christian sect that spread doomsday rumours and targeted communist rule, state media said ahead of the supposedly Mayan-foretold apocalypse.

21 Dec 2012 - 4:54am 1 comment

China arrests 1,000 doomsday 'cult' members

A cinema advertises the film <i>2012</i> in Beijing. Photo: AP

China has arrested nearly 1,000 people in a crackdown on a sect that spread doomsday rumours, a day ahead of a supposedly Mayan-foretold apocalypse.

20 Dec 2012 - 5:19pm

Cult infiltrating Hong Kong churches, warn religious leaders

Pastor Wu Chi-wai said a number of churches are seeking help from Hong Kong Church Renewal Movement due to the infiltration of the cult group. Photo: SCMP

A Christian sect which believes a peasant woman from Hunan province is the second coming of Christ is infiltrating Hong Kong's mainstream Christian churches since being banned on the mainland, religious leaders warn.

One veteran pastor has already been sacked by the Hong Kong Evangelical Church after she was alleged to have adopted the beliefs of the Church of Almighty God.

18 Dec 2012 - 10:12am 5 comments