#AncestralReflections| Christianity on ancestral matters

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As we wrap up Heritage month, we decided to look at what Christianity says about ancestral matters. Nghamula Chauke spoke Pastor Othaniel Maepa of Eternal Life International church who agrees that there are ancestors but says as per the Biblical standards, they are not meant to be worshipped. He says it is however sad that Christians have decided to abandon their culture which is something that should not be condoned.
27 Sep 2023 English South Africa Business · Arts

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