China Insider: Chinese Textbook Alters Bible Passage, Says Jesus Stoned Woman to Death

October 12, 2020 Updated: October 13, 2020

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Chinese Textbook Alters Bible Passage, Says Jesus Stoned Woman to Death

A Chinese ethics textbook has altered a story from the Bible, twisting its ending to have Jesus stone a woman to death while claiming that he is also a “sinner.”

It quoted a well-known story from the New Testament, “Jesus and the woman caught in adultery.”

The outright distortion has sparked outrage among Chinese Christians.

The textbook in question is entitled “Professional Ethics and the Law” and is used in vocational training schools across China. It has been approved by the editorial review committee under China’s Ministry of Education.