The leader of Parliament Chapel International, Apostle Francis Amoako Atta has sparked controversy by challenging the conventional Christian belief that Jesus is the exclusive savior.
Contrary to the Christian doctrine that declares salvation is only attainable through Jesus Christ, Apostle Amoako Atta argued against such claims during an interview on the Angel Morning Show with Wonder and monitored by Voicefmonline.com Mubarak Yakubu.
In his bold statement, Apostle Amoako Atta dismissed the notion that Jesus is exceptionally special, stressing that historical evidence does not support the Christian perspective.
Christians commonly believe that no one can reach the Father except through Jesus Christ.
However, Apostle Amoako Atta also addressed the controversies surrounding Christmas, emphasizing that Jesus is not the sole savior of mankind, and there is nothing unique about him.
“Christmas has a lot of controversies around it so I have also been dealing with the specialties about Jesus.”
“Historically, when you open your mouth and say Jesus is the only savior, you are wrong, if you do not know this and you keep shouting Jesus with sweats then it means you are only talking about theology and not historical because we have history and theology”
He further stated that “never stand anywhere and say Jesus was born on 25th December, the date is wrong. Why because gods are born on 25th.”
Apostle Amoako Attah further challenged the widely accepted narrative of Jesus’s death and resurrection, stating that historical records fail to support these events.
According to him, the belief that Jesus is the only individual to have died and resurrected is not true.
Additionally, Apostle Amoako Atta argued that Jesus is not the sole figure born of a virgin, countering another common Christian belief.
“The specialty of Jesus is not about his virgin birth and the date and not about his resurrection so keep these points and be able to defend them”.
He said historically, “it is not only Jesus that was born by a virgin and he wasn’t the only person who died and resurrected”
He urged people to reconsider these the Christian viewpoints and reassess their understanding of Jesus in light of historical evidence.
SOURCE: Mubarak Yakubu