NG Church’s ‘submission’ to their ANC bosses

Die Vryburger

NG Church's 'submission' to their ANC bosses. Photo: Die Vryburger
NG Church's 'submission' to their ANC bosses. Photo: Die Vryburger

According to reports, Rev. Nelis Janse van Rensburg said that the so called injustice of the past should now be corrected. Recognition of discrimination in the past is not enough according to the theologian’s argument.

The NG Church is currently preparing a submission about its position on land reform to submit to their “bosses” at the ANC.

As a result, Cyril Ramaphosa and the government will receive support from the “largest” Afrikaans church, which is no longer an Afrikaner church. This could serve as further motivation for their planned land theft.

Theologians say that theology has given way to “theopolitics”, and considers the preacher’s remark as a shame.

The question is whether the minister will revise his standpoint if communities threaten to stop their financial contributions, and what will he explain to his brother member after his property has been taken? That he has to turn the other cheek?

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