Religion and Spirituality

By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Apr 4th, 2014
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In a world where many are continuing to tighten their belts and complain of the “financial pinch” there are some entities that seem to remain on the gravy train. Among the usual culprits one entity stands tall, a constant that no one questions or suspects. The church. It’s easy to speak of how big bu...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 24th, 2014
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            Minister of State at the Presidency in charge of Allied Financial Institutions, Fifi Kwetey says Ghana and the entire African Continent can never find change, solutions and transformation through religious prayers. Mr Kwetey says Ghanaians and Africans, relig...
By IndepthAfrica
In Djibouti
Dec 21st, 2012
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The Abuja Muslim Forum (AMF) yesterday said the Islamic religion abhors killing and unjustified bombings and violence against innocent people and took exception to those branding Muslims as terrorists. The AMF made the statement when a delegation of the group paid a courtesy call on the corporate hea...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Sep 27th, 2012
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To such a degree has Religion fueled conflict, complicated politics, retarded social development and impaired human relations across the world, that one is often tempted to propose that Religion is innately an enemy of Humanity, if not indeed of itself a crime against Humanity. Certainly it cannot be...
By benim
In Morocco
Sep 20th, 2011
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Rabat – A photograph entitled Qur’anic Inlay which shows verses of the holy Muslim book projected on the French-Moroccan artist’s naked body has caused a stir ahead of an art fair in Marrakesh. Work by 27-year-old Mehdi-Georges Lahlou is due to be on show at the September 30-October...
By benim
In Analysis
Sep 14th, 2011
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The word Integrity used to feature most prominently in the 90s, when the then ruling President made it a mantra and used it to describe most people in government. The president at the time used to refer to his appointees as ‘Men of Integrity’. In fact in those days the word Integrity did not walk [&h...
By benim
In Analysis
Aug 29th, 2011
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I am of the firm opinion that Ghanaian pastors must be regularly checked to weed out those of dubious character. For how long are Ghanaians going to be held in psychological bondage by the new crop of pastors who are shamelessly seeking ludicrous wealth, fame and power? Are some of these pastors not ...
By benim
In News
Jul 19th, 2011
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Let them be, we have been told. What two consenting adults do within the confines of their room/privacy is no one’s business? Is it really true? Can two persons or even one who decides to commit suicide be said to act such that others are not affected? This cannot be true. Recently, the subject of [&...
By benim
In Ghana
Jul 2nd, 2011
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No current Ghanaian church is free from the obvious acrimonious wrangling that has become their satanic trademark. Little did anyone know that the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) was going to walk down the messy path of the “One-man churches?” The “One-man churches” are oft...
By benim
In Conflict/Tragedy
Jun 27th, 2011
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Dakar – Hundreds of Muslim protesters descended on a Jehovah’s Witness temple and a bar in a conservative Muslim neighbourhood of the Senegalese capital on Sunday, setting the buildings on fire in a rare instance of religious extremism in the predominantly Muslim nation. Thierno Mbeugne, ...