Solomon Buchi, a social commentator and Christian apologist, has faulted the founder of Salvation Proclaimers Anointed Church, Tobi Adegboyega for his wrong lifestyle and poor representation of Christ.
This is coming after Pastor Tobi had musician, Oxlade, sing his song, Kulosa, with his choir at SPAC, a Pentecostal Church based in London, England.
Buchi who posted this on his Twitter handle said the 41-year-old Pastor Tobi is not a man of God.
He said, “It is quite clear that Pastor Tobi isn’t a man of God. He only wears that label as a costume. More than associating with worldly celebrities; his choir keeps singing worldly songs, the latest was Oxlade. A church?”
“What attracted multitudes to Jesus was his wisdom not Gucci or Fendi. Preach the word and let the Holy Spirit convince them, not your Gucci. The SPAC nation also runs a problematic ministerial system where these ex-gang members and ex-convicts are ordained pastors without proper ministerial training.”
“I went on their IG pages and it oozed luxury and everything that reminds you of this world — mammon. Biblically, the idea of the ministry is problematic. Socially, the associations pastor Tobi keeps are disturbing and the image built doesn’t glorify Christ. It glorifies Gucci. His ‘church’ may work as a community group, definitely not a church.”
“I wouldn’t ram into a plethora of accusations leveled against SPAC nation because there’s not enough proof to validate that, but many ex-members have a lot to say about that gathering. Some might ask: “Buchi why is this post important?” It’s highly important because we are called to point out heresy, we are called to defend the gospel at every given opportunity. Some unbelievers may uphold him as a pastor and loathe Christianity even more.”
“I envisage some asking me why I’ll talk about his company with worldly celebrities when Christ dined with sinners. Christ dined with sinners, but the closest to Christ weren’t sinners. He discipled men; he wasn’t endorsing musicians who sing about bum, sex, and money. As usual, some might label me as judging him. Contrary to popular opinion, we are called to judge, but judge righteously. We discern, we test spirits.”
He added, “The ultimate judge has judged it all in the scriptures and I’m reiterating it. This is not an attack on his personality, but a polemical missive about his claims as a pastor. He might be a great man, but from our biblical rubric, he is not a pastor. I wouldn’t mind interviewing him about his spiritual journey, theology and actual walk with Christ.”