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Husband means master, not equal partner, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s teaching on marriage divides Twitter [Video]

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Husband means master, not equal partner, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s teaching on marriage divides Twitter [Video]

The Senior Pastor of Christ Embassy, Chris Oyakhilome’s recent teaching on marriage and wives duties to their husbands has caused division among Nigerians on Twitter.

The snippets of the teaching emerged on the micro-blogging site Twitter on Thursday.

In the viral video which has made Pastor Chris a trending topic on Twitter in Nigeria, the cleric told his congregants that the cause of broken homes among Christians was as a result of lack of submissiveness by wives to their husbands and non-adherence to God’s directive on marriage.

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He said:

“Some of you think the male partner in a marriage, husband means master not the male partner in a marriage.

“That is the reason for a lot of problems among Christians in their marriage.

“Marriage in Christianity for most people is just a flop because they don’t agree with God’s definition they have theirs, they believe they are equal partners. A lot of times listen to two people that had just gotten married, a lot of times it’s the woman that speaks first.

“You are a help, not somebody to tell him what to do. If that is easily understood in every home, how do you think you will have problems?”

The teaching has evoked series of reactions on Twitter with many who supported Oyakhilome’s teaching saying his words are backed by the Bible, while others who condemned his teaching opined that a man and a woman are equal partners in a marriage.

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