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September 2014[edit]

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Asia Harvest[edit]

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Please, do not use Asia Harvest as a source, for it is not neutral, its statistics are unscientific, and it is therefore totally unreliable. Asia Harvest is essentially one of the different American Evangelical websites or organizations of propaganda, which have contributed in the diffusion through the internet of many false statistics about Christians in China and in other countries.

Specifically, Paul Hattaway's estimates aren't based on empirical data from surveys or censuses, but are evidently speculations from his own fantasy. Figures from Catholics are even contradicted by the official counting of the Roman Catholic Church itself.

Wikipedia is not a place for fantasy speculation about alternative realities. Sources must be factual. In our specific case, results of empirical research the number of religious people in China from neutral scientific institutes have been published in recent years (some of them are already enlisted in the page, and they have found no more than 3% of Chinese claiming to be Christian), and they are available for the writing of factual articles in Wikipedia.--Etsop (talk) 17:04, 1 September 2014 (UTC)

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