2018 has been that year one Christan leader after the other has been trolled online.
Obinim is a regular cast member, however, this year we’ve had Rev Oborfour, then we had Mensa Otabil with regards to the Capital Bank issue, then we had Rev Lawrence Tetteh whose boastful comments at Ebony’s funeral got people talking.
Now we can add the Bishop Dag Heward-Mills to the list of the trolled Christian leaders in 2018.
The Twitter handle of the Founder and Presiding Bishop of the Lighthouse Chapel sent a Tweet promoting one of his numerous books called “Demons and how to deal with them”.
The tweet was captioned “Depression and sadness are a result of demon activity”.
But a lot of people had an issue with the fact that the trained doctor turned man of God claimed depression and sadness are as a result of demonic activities.
Twitter went off on Dag Heward-Mills…
Are you sure you read medicine in school?
— Datey Kumordjie (@TheRealEdem) October 23, 2018
THIS TWEET IS A DANGER TO SOCIETY! MISLEADING AND SHOCKING!
— Eben (@EbenHammson) October 24, 2018
I'm shocked a Qualified doctor could say this na me wey the inter Science seff ebi B2 man get… pic.twitter.com/iwT15rOAKa
— Justin Ho Li Sheet (@itzme_jayjay) October 24, 2018
Depression is a medical condition. Do we ignore meds and only pray?
— N. Abena Korkor Addo (@abenakorkor) October 24, 2018
God told me in a dream this morning that you’ve disgraced him for saying this and he’s going to punish you severely for saying this.
— nauticx (@_nauticx) October 24, 2018
However, some Twitter users also defended the man of God for his tweet.
Now to the 'Christians' calling him names, read Mark 5. There's a classic example of a madness caused by demons. That's only if you believe in the Bible as the word of God too.
— Priscilla Danquah (@PriscillaKay6) October 24, 2018
That is the truth,it's only Jesus Christ that can save,run to Him and be save.
— Eric John Augustt (@AugusttEric) October 23, 2018
What are your thoughts? Did the Bishop err in blaming demons for causing depression and sadness?