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Q: Missionaries... pretending to be teachers... false witness?

Simple question really. As there is no 'missionary visa' ,are missionaries on teaching visas bearing false witness?

1 year 11 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - China

 
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I don't know about false witness but the ones who sign on to teach kids English then proselytize instead of actually doing what they're paid to do are nothing more than thieves in my opinion.

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I don't know about false witness but the ones who sign on to teach kids English then proselytize instead of actually doing what they're paid to do are nothing more than thieves in my opinion.

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Oh, they can't be theives. God said "Thou shalt not steel". But it is mostly religious people who do that. Bearing false witness would be a better category. Instead of doing what they were meant to do (if there here on a legal visa) they are coercing people to believe in their god. ( If you don't believe in god you will burn in hell or go to pergatory.) indecision

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