A very big name in the Church of Pentecost Ghana, one Apostle Vincent Anane Denteh, leader of the men ministry of the church, has decided that its his job to tackle Avraham Ben Moshe, founder and leader of the Common Sense Family (CSF) in Ghana.
Denteh has written a long article to ‘expose’ the so-called fallacies in the reasoning of the CSF.
His article has become a topic of conversation on social media with many Ghanaian Christians happily egging him on.
Well, Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com, Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, has also tackled the issue and wants the entire debate to be ended by Christianity’s so-called all-powerful God.
According to Chris-Vincent, God should just magically change everyone’s mind in the evenining when we’re asleep to become Christians to end this debate once and for all.
Or is the problem that God is not all-powerful and cannot do that?, he asks.
He wrote on Facebook: “So the whole church of Pentecost is shaken by emerging criticism of Christianity and the pointing of the absurdities of faith on social media? They have not seen anything yet—it’s going to get worse. End of faith is here—as people become more enlightened. Probably, they are losing money—else what could be doing their headache? All my friends don’t go to church or pay tithes anymore. Why don’t they leave God to fight his own battles—when we go sleep, he is capable of changing the minds of all of us to become staunch Christians—or is he incapable? They should just pray to him to do that!”
Chris’ post on Facebook of course has brought the Christians out to attack him in the comments. Those same people would be claiming they’re very tolerant in those same comment sections.
Checkout Chris’ post above and head on to his page to enjoy some very famous Christian tolerance.