- A Ghanaian TikTok user, @squishysmum1, has responded to Bishop Dag Heward-Mills' trending video on polygamy with thought-provoking arguments
- The user questioned the assertion that polygamy is natural by suggesting that if animals' behavior justifies it, then women should also have the same freedom
- She extended her argument to include the acceptance of incest, fueling the ongoing debate over the interpretation of religious teachings in modern contexts
A TikTok user with the handle @squishysmum1, who hails from Ghana, has engaged in a thought-provoking discourse in response to a trending video by Bishop Dag Heward-Mills.
In the video, Bishop Dag suggested that polygamy is a natural occurrence due to its prevalence in the animal kingdom.
However, the Ghanaian woman countered this perspective, asserting that if polygamy is deemed natural based on animal behaviour, then women should also have the freedom to practice it.
Drawing a parallel, she questioned whether incest should be considered acceptable since it's observed among animals.
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The woman shared that she skillfully used these arguments to counter the pastor's viewpoint when her husband brought up the topic, causing him to fall silent.
Ghanaians react to the video of a lady disagreeing with Bishop Dag Heward-Mills
This engagement fuelled the ongoing dialogue surrounding the interpretation and application of religious teachings in contemporary contexts.
Check out some of the comments that trailed the video below.
Ephya Psyandira said:
masere awu immediately you started p3 I knew he will loose .He shd go and arrange his pink sheets and come back
what's good for the goose is equally good for the gander, right? dasɔɔɔr
Oti Agyei mentioned:
aponkye baa doesn't even cook nor wash for aponkye b33ma
Watch the video below:
Bishop Dag disgraces pastor and defrocks him for not listening to his podcasts
Meanwhile, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills of the Mega United Denominations Church (formerly Lighthouse Chapel International) has demoted a pastor who failed to tell him what message he has been listening to.
At what seemed to be a conference, the renowned Bishop asked the pastor his name and what message he had been listening to.
In the video shared, the pastor gave his name as Eric Asalabi and added that he was reading the book titled Attempt To Do Great Things written by the bishop.
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