On COVID-19 by Alexander Oduro, Ghana

Ban of Mass Religious Convoking Attributable To COVID-19 Pandemic: Theological Implications

My response paper (download, below) seeks provide answers to the ban of mass religious gatherings, a global phenomenon believed to have rendered some leaders and members of the body of Christ spiritually unstable and thoughtfully provoked, from the theological perspective, while bringing to bear its related theological implications for the Church, both local and universal, and the world at large. Biblical and extra-biblical materials were employed as fundamental means of rectifying all forms of erroneous mindsets and behaviors contrary to Scripture at these challenging times in the history of the Church and the world, to aid clarification of the issue at stake. An extensive reservation was exercised on the COVID-19 pandemic owing to its ubiquitous nature in all countries of the globe. The paper is categorized into four concise sections for the purpose of the topic under discussion and concludes with the writer’s personal remarks.

Theological Implications On COVID-19 by Alexander Oduro

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  1. . ROLE OF CHURCH LEADERS IN BUILDING, by Alexander K. Oduro
    As a missionary and my personal experience on the field, I would like to thank God for brother Alexander’s post. It is really a relevant subject and it must be considered in a church. In many cases, church leaders were appointed according to certain criteria such as nepotism and financial or material possessions. And these brought many issues in churches.
    Brother Alexander, as an elder in the church, he very well knows the value of training. Elders are truly needed in the church but before that they must be taught so that they can be settled in Christian doctrine before they can start assisting and helping church members. In fact, church leaders can not only be found in church builds but they can be found in residential, public and official ones. And wherever they would be, let them be recognized by their life style and role model as well.
    Alexander’s writing is really a good manual to be applied in church and it is emphasizing the importance of training before you become a trainer of trainees. This is made possible by different medium of learning and these days technology has facilitated things: if you want education, it will get it free of charge even in your own house.

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