South Africans have expressed outrage at comments by US pastor, Steven Anderson, who promotes anti-homosexuality in his teachings and recently launched an attack on Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The leader of Faith Word Baptist Church is scheduled to visit a church in Kempton Park on an evangelical campaign in September. He is scheduled to visit Botswana before arriving in South Africa.
Dear pastor #StevenAnderson Christ doesn't condemn ppl, but He redeems them...now tell me which gospel are you preaching sir?— Sanele Gamede (@Gamede_SC) September 13, 2016
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba is scheduled to hold a press conference on Tuesday to address the status on whether he will be allowed to enter South Africa.
702/Cape Talk's Eusebius McKaiser (standing in for Redi Tlhabi) asked callers to share their thoughts regarding the matter.
Listen to the comments below:
The Bible says homosexuality is a sin, it's an abomination... The gospel should be preached as is, what he said is true.— Zakhele, caller
Imagine if you were talk about officials in the US like how this guy is doing with our officials. Do you think they would even give the time of day to land in their country?— Thabiso, caller