It’s a fool’s errand to come up with a list of good things about the IOC’s decision to allow China to host the Summer Games. But here’s one: a slight uptick in religious freedom. Christian missionaries are going to turn out in force in Beijing, and the Communist Party is even allowing them to distribute Bibles. Certainly, this doesn’t figure to be a liberty that lasts beyond the Games. Still, it’s likely to add to the Chinese people’s slowly growing thirst for religious freedom, and that’s a positive.