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Could savvy HTML code get resources for Christians into closed countries? The answer is a resounding "Shhhh! Absolutely."

Christianity Today shares 7 reasons that today's "Brother Andrews" are more likely to be sitting at desks than walking through border checkpoints in trenchcoats.

Internet freedom is a major modern issue, intersecting human and civil rights, politics, and now, religion. It highlights the need for Christians to advocate for internet freedom and against censorship practices that impact mission and free access to international ideas.

Christianity Today says "Countries that restrict Internet access also are among those that most heavily restrict religious freedom. According to Freedom House's "Freedom on the Net 2012" report, authoritarian states including Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Iran, Syria, and China have imposed serious restriction on Internet speech."

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