Monday, 24 August 2009 9:45 AM

SSEC row

JUDGES CLIF made a good point nevertheless he failed to address the issue of doctrines alluded to by the SSEC Bishop.

It is vital that practices of theological doctrines are confined to some extent. When the congregation is left to follow their visions that will inevitably gives rise to confusion. It is of the best interest of SSEC members that those who advocate contradictory teachings are excommunicated. That will help SSEC members to differentiate one from the other. On the other hand Maeliau will also continue to do his teachings freely. If people want to accept his teaching then let them follow him. People have to make a stand and SSEC church had made their stand.

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