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Kojo Amoah, the head pastor of the International Congregation of Good Christians has said that he has every reason to believe that the bible is full of myths.

He said this in his sermon on 7th May, 2017.

“I can’t believe that I have been preaching for over 30 years and all I’ve been doing is to share a whole piece of carefully calculated myths every Sunday.” He said

According to him, he is not stepping foot behind the pulpit anymore.

“I’m done with this. I’m done lying to myself. I can’t do this anymore. I’m going to stop from today. This is my last sermon” he said.

“I can’t keep lying to myself and others. I am a better man than this. My conscience won’t allow me to continue being a pastor just because of your tithes and offering. I need to tell you the truth.” He added.

Again, he said that other pastors know the truth– the bible is just a cooked up story. According to him, these pastors are selfish and do not want to give up the tithes they receive from their members. He added that some were afraid of the stigma they would receive from society.

“I know most of my colleagues know the truth. Some of them are still in this for the money and fame. Others are in this because of the fear of stigma. But to what end? I want to live a fulfilled life away from the bible. I want to be born again to myself.”

According to him, the bible came as a result of many unanswered questions that exist in nature.

“Because we are lazy to think, we want to believe that there is a god who created the world in 7 days. Come on, that’s pathetic.”

At the end of the 30 minute sermon, he took his last offering and gave his last blessing.



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Kojo Amoah, the head pastor of the International Congregation of Good Christians has said that he has every reason to believe that the bible is full of myths. He said this in his sermon on 7th May, 2017. 'I can't believe that I have been preaching for over 30 years and...

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