Tag: God

Examining BBC’s Expose on Prophet T. B Joshua

Examining BBC’s Expose on Prophet T. B Joshua By: Deji Yesufu In April 2012, I was in Tunis, Tunisia, for a training from my place of work. Ten engineers from different countries in Africa had been picked by an organization...

/ January 9, 2024

Why God Killed Jesus

Why God Killed Jesus By: Deji Yesufu Uyi Osaigbovo asked me this question on Facebook: “Mr Deji Yesufu: There’s something about Christianity that baffles me. Instead of the Christian God to kill Satan, he killed his own son. I no...

/ December 15, 2023
hammer, books, law

The Gospel 8: Eternal Decrees

The Gospel 8: Eternal Decrees By: Deji Yesufu Predestination is a very difficult doctrine to teach. If I had my way, I would not include it in this series, but I will be doing my readers a great disservice if...

/ April 26, 2020
anchor, stones, nature

The Gospel 7: Eternal Security

The Gospel 7: Eternal Security By: Deji Yesufu There is perhaps no Christian meeting I attend where the question “Can a Christian loose his salvation?” does not come up. It is always a beautiful thing to watch ministers of the...

/ April 24, 2020
worship, easter, prayer

The Gospel 6: Justification by Faith

The Gospel 6: Justification by Faith By: Deji Yesufu Justification by faith was the doctrine that revolutionized my understanding of the gospel. In fact, I believe that it was while studying this doctrine in the book of Romans that I...

/ April 21, 2020
fantasy, silhouette, person

The Gospel 5: Redemption

The Gospel 5: Redemption By: Deji Yesufu The lockdown and isolation measure that countries have embarked upon to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus that is ravaging the world at the moment has precipitated all kinds of reactions from...

/ April 19, 2020

The Gospel 1: My Conversion

The Gospel 1: My Conversion By: Deji Yesufu Ever since I became a Christian in the year 1998, I have been a member of four church denominations. From 1998 till my graduation in 2002 from the University, I was a...

/ April 15, 2020

Much ado about tithing

Very few people know that the controversy on tithes in Nigeria is coming exactly 500 years after a major controversy in Western Christendom. This controversy saw the emergence of the Protestant churches from within the Roman Catholic Church. On October...

/ April 6, 2020

I cannot afford to be a Christian

Evangelism remains a cardinal aspect of the Christian’s way of life. The call on us to “go ye…” by Jesus Christ cannot be over-emphasized especially in times like this when it seems the world itself is reeling from the weight...

/ April 6, 2020