A leader of a charismatic church in South Africa has gone to confront another pastor for "bringing Christianity into disrepute" by staging a bogus resurrection
The gates are locked. Pastor Mboro pleading for a meeting with Pastor Lukau. “If it’s true that you resurrecteda man, then let’s go to Mandela’s grave to do the same” pic.twitter.com/v0wSi7QFXE— Nomsa Maseko (@nomsa_maseko) February 28, 2019
"If it's true that you resurrected a man, then let's go to Mandela’s grave to do the same," the BBC's Nomsa Maseko heard him say at the scene.
Mr Motsoeneng was himself mocked online after reportedly charging followers to view his photos of "heaven".
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On Sunday (February 24) a video went viral of a man risen from the
In the video, pastor Alph Lukau of the Alleluia Ministries International lays hands on a man in a coffin, who sits up in the coffin in what the church declared a miracle.
The man is alleged to have died on Friday and his body was being transported to Zimbabwe when his grieving family turned into the church on Sunday. After he was brought back to life he
The Sunday service was live-streamed on
South Africans responded by starting a resurrection challenge on social media, mocking the miracle. Yet, there were just as many who believed it, prompting the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic communities, (CRL Rights Commission) to launch an investigation.