Monday, February 16, 2009

Doctors and Pastors are Different.

“If you were to visit one or more Doctors for a diagnosis, they will all give you the same assessment of a medical condition. However, why is it that when you meet with Pastors for their religious opinions, they will all most likely give you different answers”?

Firstly, that is not true because before our very eyes during the late Fuh Bright saga, we saw different doctors give different opinions. In many cases, we have seen different doctors give different opinions on the same patient.
Secondly, the reason why it would be easier for doctors to give the same opinion on the same patient rather than pastors is because doctors all will base their interpretation of the patient’s condition on a given procedure that if followed properly should end up with the same result though the treatment will differ.
The pastors do not have a given set of procedures like tests, scans, patient’s reactions and background. The pastor must have the gift or office of prophecy to utter prophecies. Concerning the interpretation of a text, every pastor must use hermeneutics, including prayers to give a proper interpretation. Notwithstanding, there is bound to be different interpretation in our daily interactions because we know in apart. If all of them know the same thing, then they know in full, and that will eliminate the prospects of mistakes. Consequently, the manner of operation of pastors is quite different from doctors.

Until then, stay blessed.

Prince & PA Hamilton Ayuk

“No matter how a rat becomes the house pet, if it is sleeping beside the bag of groundnuts the owner may not have much sleep. ” (Hamilton Ayuk)."If a goat runs from the owner’s leash it will be tied by the council in a market square" Hamilton Ayuk).

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