On April 22, The Hebi Municipal Radio Administrative Bureau gave a presentation to communist party members titled "Christianity’s Enormous Harm on China’s Security."
ChinaAid, a Christian human rights organization that promotes religious freedom and rule of law in China, writes: “The Chinese government often views religions, including Christianity, as foreign attempts to undermine its rule, even though there is no evidential basis for such a claim. As a result, they often try to suppress religious adherents, and they openly forbid Communist Party members from practicing a religion.”
The telecommunications agency allegedly encouraged the communist party members to maintain "correct views" about religion and avoid being persuaded by its ideology.
Fox News maintains that "the presentation underscores the Chinese government's continuing its crackdown on Christianity and other religious minorities."