Saturday, January 21, 2017

Pastor Who Gives His Church Members Snakes and Detol to Drink In The Name of Healing.

On the Later days today,  the news has been crammed with stories about pastors making congregants eat snakes, paper, rocks, and dirt, spraying insecticide over them and making them drink engine lubricant - all in the name of healing. Can you imagine such type of healing?

Prophet Rufus Phala of AK Spiritual Christian Church made his church members drink Dettol. 
Image by: Facebook/Tommy Ngobeni

"We realized that these pastors are competing among themselves. They want publicity, They want to be known, They want media attention and want to promote their churches," said Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva, chairman of the commission for the promotion and protection of the rights of cultural, religious and linguistic communities.

Mkhwanazi-Xaluva said only a court interdict could stop the pastors from committing their extreme acts.

"What we are saying is that we need a permanent solution to the problem.

"Our proposals are very clear. We are asking for a peer review mechanism. We want the same mechanism used by lawyers doctors, teachers and social workers where their peers can sit down and make a ruling on whether the behavior is within the doctrine of Christianity," she said.

The commission proposed that pastors must have licenses before they could conduct their ministries. If the mechanism rejects the behavior, the pastor will have his license to preach withdrawn.

The report of the commission will be taken to parliament to recommend the amendment of the current law to allow for new proposals to regulate the religious community.

In its preliminary report, the commission found that there was commercialisation of religion in the country, and a lack of proper governance in many churches.

Churches must submit their views by the end of next month. These will be included in the commission's final report.

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17 comments:

  1. Which kind yeye pastors be that one? Even those people going there and drinking dat poison.... Are they fools,?

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    1. That's eee, yeye no be small one ooo... They want to be known, ok na ... Ave known them, so Wetin happen? Fake men of God looking for who to devour

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  2. Imagine this type of thing still happening on this earth!!!!?

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    1. It's still happening Beloved, and people are still rushing for quick miracles

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  3. I don't think that those people are real pastors, they are just pastors by name.

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  4. They are just showing off their names for noticeable sakes

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    1. And that is where they all get it wrong. Because they will continue being failures...

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  6. It's only peopl that wants to be deceived that can be deceived. As for me, they can't get me.
    I saw this post at facebook, then I decided to go through it. More greese to your Elbows @ omegaglory

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    1. Thanx so much beloved. May the Lord bless you.

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    2. Thanx so much beloved. May the Lord bless you.

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  7. Are they fools, to be taken such things in the name of healing?

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  8. EVEN THOSE PEOPLE GOING TO THOSE KIND OF CHURCHES SELF.... NAWA OO

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