Christianity is considered one of the best religions in the world today with over 75% world population. Although reports indicate that many people currently shift to other religions from Christianity, other people get to be converted to christinity with the hope of new life and everlasting life after death.
There has been worries concerning why people shift to other religions. Among them is hypocrisy by church leaders and majorly brainwashing done to the followers. This Zambian Pastor's act has proved why people why people shift from christinity.
This act is greatly condemned by many people among them some Church members, believers and non believers.
According to Muslims, this act of bowing to the pastor means worshiping the pastor and not God. Some Christians also claim that this is a form of hypocrisy and idolatry.
See some of the reactions by internet followers below:
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