'How can you mock fake resurrection but believe in resurrection of Jesus Christ?
After a video of pastor Alph Lukau bringing a 'dead' man back to life during a church service going viral, presenter Eusebius McKaiser questions how many people may be 'losing their religion' after the fake pastor is exposed.
I don't care what denomination, how can you watch the alleged resurrection of this person that clearly was not dead and still retain your belief in a deity?Eusebius McKaiser, presenter
Or at the very least, how can you still be having any faith, when it comes to the church?Eusebius McKaiser, presenter
But here is the question I want to ask all of you believers. If you are laughing at this pastor resurrecting someone who clearly could not have been dead, on what basis do you believe in the actual resurrection of Jesus Christ?Eusebius McKaiser, presenter
He adds that people have a challenge on social media, mocking the resurrection of this man and a lot of the people who are mocking this fake resurrection believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
A caller named Jeniffer says the doctor declared her dead when she was born but the doctor had made a mistake.
When the mortuary attendant arrived and carried me out on his arms, my mother heard crying.Jenifer, caller
Another caller named Evan says the evidence of Jesus Christ resurrection is in the Bible.
Jesus told his disciples that after his resurrection, they will see further things.Evan, caller
Watch below as McKaiser shares his views:
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This article first appeared on 702 : 'How can you mock fake resurrection but believe in resurrection of Jesus Christ?
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