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This Is Why Some Ghanaians See Religion As A Curse Instead Of Blessing


This Is Why Some Ghanaians See Religion As A Curse Instead Of Blessing

It impossible to try convincing any who is 100% devoted to either a political party or a religious body against their beliefs.

the purpose of this article, the concentration is thrown at the ‘extreme’ addiction to religion and not normal worship.

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Research over the years has shown that Christianity amongst the three main religions in Ghana.

How then can religion be an addiction of the contemporary Ghanaian Christian?

To commence, the rate at which pastors are seen by some church members as perfect beings who cannot mistake is a worry. With this idea, some evil hide within churches with the Holy Bible to commit various crimes.

Also, where the advice of pastors are sometimes chosen over that of certified doctors, is also another serious matter. Instead of visiting hospitals with diseases some members rather visit pastors for miraculous healings whilst these pastors have National Insurance Scheme cards and visit hospitals when sick.

Some even claim to have made a vertically challenged person (short person) tall physically after he appeared to him spiritually. Check the link to this video below;
( It is surprising how the church members applauded in the said video whilst he told blatant lies.

In these things, no one dares to question the pastors’ decision in church since they are seen as God almighty on earth.

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C. A. Asante is a teacher (Village Teacher) by profession who has reported on a number of elections in Ghana for Central Press Newspaper. He is known among his peers as a researcher and regular contributor in Education, Politics, etc. Follow : Instagram- @ chris_asante1...Facebook: CA Asante

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