Babatunde Adedibu, a professor of Philosophy and Spiritual Research, has criticized the extravagant way of life of some Christian ministers.
The don referred to as the lavish way of life and notion of a privileged class of some African missionaries “pseudo-Christianity.”
He suggested clergymen in African-led church buildings within the diaspora to keep away from being distracted by cash.
Adedibu Professors within the Division of Philosophy and Christian Faith of the College of Humanities at Redeemer College.
The professor was talking on the establishment’s tenth inaugural lecture collection on the Ede, Osun campus on Thursday.
He identified that the clergy aren’t financial immigrants with concepts of pecuniary acquire from their features.
“The life-style of the missionaries from Africa to the West ought to observe the trail of Jesus by being a studying epistle for most people,” NAN quoted him as saying.
Adedibu referred to as for the introduction of Islamic programs in Christian research in Nigerian universities to advertise non secular tolerance.
He mentioned the omission of such programs in most tertiary establishments was an oversight on the a part of the federal government.
The present urged Christian-owned universities to begin undergraduate and graduate applications in mission or intercultural research.