Rev Christo Kwabena Andrews, the leader of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM) political party that contested in the 2020 general elections has made some controversial statements.
Speaking during a radio interview on Hello FM, the popular Christian leader better known as Kyiri Abosom, suggested that there is absolutely no power in the Bible.
According to Kyiri Abosom, he uses the Bible in his church but only as a history book that gives reference to past events from which lessons can be drawn for today.
He also added that there was no part in the famous Christian book where there was any instruction not to marry more than one and he is, therefore, ready to bless polygamous marriages in his church.
How Ghanaians are reacting
Monogamy and the consideration of the Bible as the word of God are popular Christian doctrines, which explains why there have been a lot of reactions to Kyiri Abosom’s comments.
See their comments below
John Afful stated:
On which faith is your church founded Osofo? 1 Corinthians 1:18 says ‘For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.’
Joseph Aboagye Acquah indicated:
Im always asking if people understand the word, “CHURCH” church does not only characterizes a Christian group but group of people with common belief or idea. He is not a Christian, let ask him his belief… period