Africans should stop looking for deep spiritual meanings into things that needs the application of common sense

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Today’s African youth or elderly have omitted or stop to think by applying their common sense in this 21st century when religious books are been under scrutiny or questioning.

Today’s Christian and Muslims has become very intolerant, overly judgemental to the extent of seeing anyone with a varied opinion about the religion or their book as evil, even when the issue being raised dwells on common sense and not spiritual issues.

I wonder why Avraham Ben Moshe from Ghana( A RELIGIOUS TORMENT) will doubt the existence of God & people will have issues with him when life is full of choices, Black people have to believe in hard work, believe in people making conscious efforts to help themselves, the society & the nation at large.

stop looking for deep spiritual meanings into things that needs the application of common sense
Stop looking for deep spiritual meanings into things that needs the application of common sense

What Avraham Ben Moshe and Richard Prempeh trumpeted not long ago has been something some of us have always had at the back of our minds that God doesn’t call anybody to do his work, we all work towards becoming whatever we want to be in future.

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These guys weren’t surprised when they heard some pastors talking about the same thing they’ve been singing for years, I don’t want to believe our Christian or Muslim folks will call their own evil.

Bigscoust Nana Prempeh Speaks

It’s about time we start thinking out of the box, we need to open up our heads to realize even if there is a God anywhere, that God has given us wisdom to make life comfortable for ourselves, yet the most religious continent, Africa is the least developed, a continent ravaged by war, hunger & a myriad of diseases yet not too religious people are using their heads hence making giant strides.

“God has not called anyone to work for him” Rev obofour thank you for making our job so easy and simple……pls continue enlightening your church members to think outside the box.

My brother Avraham Ben Moshe, the next generation will one day praise you, I’m so proud of you and also being part of this agenda

Source: Bigscout-Nana-Prempeh

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