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Christians cautioned against accepting strange doctrines

GNA, Ghana
Mar. 13, 2004 • Monday March 15, 2004

Nkawie (Ash), March 13, GNA – An America-based Evangelist, Dr Dick Miller, has cautioned Christians to avoid being misled by what he described as strange doctrines and false Bible teachings by some self-proclaimed men of God.

SDA: Strange Doctrines and False Bible Teachings

Theologically, Seventh-day Adventism is itself considered to be a cult of Christianity due to the fact that it promotes strange doctrines and false Bible teachings.

He noted that there were too many charlatans out there hiding behind the Bible to deceive and dupe their followers for their own personal aggrandisement.

Evangelist Miller was preaching the sermon at the start of a two-week crusade dubbed: “The King Is Coming Evangelistic Crusade” at Nkawie in the Atwima District by the Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) Church. He lashed out at the behaviour of pastors whose overriding ambition was not to win souls for Christ but to make money and seek their own comfort.

He said what Christians should realise was that, they by their faith, were enjoined to walk in the path of righteousness. “It is by doing this that we will bring honour and dignity to the Christian religion and help save many lost souls.” Evangelist Miller told Christians to shun greed and selfishness, saying, they should learn to share and together work to make the society a better place.

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