Many Ghanaians seem to have had enough of the White Jesus philosophy and are beginning to take action to correct it.
A lot of speakers have sprung up in the last few years using social media to advocate against long-standing philosophies and doctrines contained in the Bible bequeathed to Christians in Africa by their colonial masters.
Many of such speakers have suggested inaccuracies in the Bible and have sought to push for Africans, especially Ghanaians, to dump such beliefs and return to their pure African culture and identity, to boost development on the continent.
Latest to join the bandwagon is the founder and leader of the International Godsway Church, Bishop Daniel “Angel” Obinim who has recently destroyed all images of Jesus Christ in his churches in Kumasi, Accra and Tema.
According to the powerful prophet who calls God his father and brands himself as an angel, the picture being displayed in various churches is nothing but fake and does not reflect the true image of the son of God, Jesus Christ.
“We are not getting the real pictures of Jesus Christ that is how come we keep using this. I destroyed the ones in Kumasi and Accra because this man is an Italian who acted in a movie” –Bishop Daniel Obinim.
The self-acclaimed angel told his congregants that the current image displayed in churches for centuries as that of his father Jesus Christ was adopted because the real images of the saviour is not available.
“You can never get the picture of my father the messiah anywhere” — Bishop Daniel Obinim.
In place of the pictures he destroyed, the prophet of God has decided to put his personal pictures and statues in all his churches henceforth.
“I should make my statue and pictures because I value the gifts he has given to me” — Bishop Daniel Obinim.
Bishop Obinim added that, it actually makes no sense to display pictures of a man who cannot be seen in his church.
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