I don’t work with the Bible; its content is full of mistakes— Bishop Obinim
Bishop Daniel Obinim, the lead Pastor of International Godsway Church (IGWC) has got mouth agape as he revealed that he does not work with the Bible due to errors of its contents.
His revelation received applause from his congregation when he further explained that no man witnessed the creation, that according to him was evidence enough to suggest that no vivid account could be made from the creation story.
Preaching at his church, the controversial Angel of God who has suffered criticism for various religious immoral acts explained that the Bible failed to indicate how animals were formed.
He asserted that man, according to the Bible was the last of God’s creation, stressing that if the writer claimed to be inspired by God to narrate the incidence that led to creation, then there could be many things that the person could write out of mistakes.
This comes after many Bible critics and scholars state that the verses of the Bible are contradictory to each other.
Some alluded that the first man who was created by God, Adam in a mythical ideology was first married to Lilith, before Eve was formed.
They said Lilith appeared as Adam’s first wife, who was created at the same time (Rosh Hashanah) and from the same clay as Adam which is in contrasts with Eve, who was created from one of Adam’s ribs as seen in Genesis 2:22.
Quoting Genesis 1:27 “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them,” they claimed that the female referred to Lilith who was later addressed in Leviticus as demon.
This deepened beliefs uttered by the controversial Bishop to be mistakes written by the inspirers of the word.
“So if God told you to write the story of creation and you did not witness it yourself then can’t there be mistakes in the write ups and narration,” he added.
Bishop Obinim said although he believed 100 per cent in the Bible but he does not solely rely on it to act.
The self acclaimed angel of God urged Christians to rather allow themselves to be led by the spirit of God when acting than referencing their acts to the Bible.