Dialogue with government instead of public criticism – Dr Bright Mawutor tells religious leaders

Religious leaders were urged to establish a dialogue with the government on issues affecting the country and the Church instead of publicly criticizing the latter.

The Dean of Business School at Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, Dr. Bright G Mawutor made the call during the Thanksgiving service of the 10th General Assembly of the Evangelical Presbyterian (EP) Church, held at Ho on Sunday.

The staunch leader of the Church of the EP noted that everywhere in the world, the Church plays a complementary role and speaks about contemporary issues concerning society to draw the attention of the government to the issues they believe need to be addressed.

“I will not advocate for religious leaders to publicly criticize the government because they are not politicians and should not take on the roles of politicians, but rather play a complementary role on societal issues,” Dr. Mawutor.

He advised the Church to continue to teach its members well to have a positive impact in society because the values ​​of society are being lost and the Church must help in this regard.

He noted that the Church should not only preach but teach and do much that addresses the problems of society and helps in nation building as the moral voice of society and also reaches out to lost souls and brings them back to Christ.

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