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“It Is Practiced In The Church” Does Not Make It Godly [2], By Frederick Adetiba

Find the Part 1 here The feet washing exercise conducted by Jesus Christ was meant to demonstrate to us how to lead as Kingdom people. Unfortunately, we have left the essence of that exercise and embraced the actual practice for our own different reasons. From my experience, the reason given…
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“It Is Practiced In The Church” Does Not Make It Godly [1], By Frederick Adetiba

So many things are happening in the Church all across the world today that are shocking, to put it mildly. I am not particularly surprised that we keep hearing of one bizarre occurrence after another involving Pastors and other church leaders. I have attempted to address some of these issues…
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Elevated Sight

Serving the Unknown God [4], by Frederick Adetiba

While some people are satisfied playing games with their spiritual life, there are others who sincerely love God but whose spiritual development is stunted as result of deficient knowledge of the God. If everything you know about God is what your Pastor said, without a personal relationship with Him then…
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Elevated Sight

You Could Be Praising and Dancing Your Way To Hell [2], By Fredrick Adetiba

I promised to intimate you with the outcome of my eventual communication with the ‘apostle’ of ‘once saved, forever saved’ message on my campus, and also look at more scriptural passages that invalidate that doctrine. If you are just joining us, I advice you start with the part one of…
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Dapo Olorunyomi: Salute To a Soldier of Truth, By Majeed Dahiru

Born in a country that would continuously grapple with the self-inflicted challenge of good governance, Dapo, equipped with an unimpeachable pan-Nigerian nationalist credential, was, as a matter of necessity, thrown up as a soldier of truth, whose life-long career as a journalist has been dedicated to deepening the roots of…
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Opinion

Elevating Virtue: The Subversive Courage of Oyedapo Oyekunle Olorunyomi, By Chidi Odinkalu

Introducing A People Defined by Hierarchies Nigeria is a country defined by hierarchies in which everyone is expected to fit neatly into a box. These hierarchies are many and multi-dimensional. They vary in both shape and size and we have signature tunes for sign-posting them. You know a generational put-down…
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Dapo Olorunyomi: The Courage and the Struggle, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Dapsy has always argued, worked for and demonstrated that the answer to authoritarianism was to be found in the “investigative tradition to Nigerian journalism (which) challenged the military's sense of its own legitimacy.” His position has been that the media became the "presumptive parliament" of the nation and in that…
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