Provost of the Evangelical Church of West Africa, ECWA, Rev. Stephen Oluwarotimi, has expressed his dissatisfaction and kicked against homosexuality, describing it as unbiblical and an aberration act that even dogs and goats in the world would not like to do.
The Cleric stated this at the weekend during the 51 graduation ceremony and commissioning of doctoral and alumni guest house/ hostels at the Chapel of Truth, ECWA Theological Seminary, Igbaja, Ifelodun local government area of Kwara State.
In his lecture titled: “Legislation on Homosexual Marriage and the Future of the Church in Africa”‎, Rev. Oluwarotimi said, “Animals are not gay, the culture of gay was totally condemned in the Bible. Even dogs and goats in the world will not do that.
“The Bible is all sufficient, it assumes finality of all inspiration we as Evangelical Seminary in Nigeria make the following pronouncement; we will not bow-down to the deception of the inclusiveness of same-sex marriage, we will not bow-down nor will we be silent, we do not need to re-define what God Himself has defined already.”
At the event, ‎the seminary graduated 285 students composed of : Women Bible school 4, Certificate in Theology 21, Diploma in Theology 49, Bachelors Degree 110, Post Graduate Diploma in Theology 3, Master of Arts in Organisational Leadership and Management 9, Masters in other field of Biblical Studies 58 and Doctor of Ministry 31.
Also speaking, the Chairman, Governing Board of the seminary, Dr. Samson Opaluwa, said the board of Governors was satisfied with the training, learning and spiritual exercise that has been undertaken by the graduates.
He stressed that their lives and testimonies would further bring honour and glory to Christ “as Jesus uses them as channels to reach a world in need of salvation.”
While reviewing the progress in the Seminary such as increased tempo in the level of infrastructural development, Opaluwa said: “In a short while, and by God’s divine grace, we shall be able to commence Radio Broadcast from these premises.”

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