Religious leaders want a code of conduct approved by Parliament

Religious leaders want a code of conduct approved by Parliament

While Pastor Alph Lukau's 'resurrection' has had Mzansi giggling, religious leaders aren't so gleeful. Parliament has been approached for approval of a code of conduct for how church leaders should act.

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With the #resurrectionchallenge going viral, Mzansi was the first in line to poke fun at Pastor Alph Lukau.

However, according to Eyewitness News, South African religious leaders have not taken kindly to the incident.

Some church leaders have approached Parliament, asking for a document detailing the conduct of religious heads.

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Ray McCauley, President of Rhema Family Churches is among those calling for the establishment of a code of conduct:

"As the church leaders, which I'm the head of at the moment, we will see to it, through the police, through the tax, through the immigration, that these people need to be arrested [sic]."

Briefly.co.za reported earlier in the week that the Resurrection Challenge had gone viral after Lukau was recorded bringing a man back from the dead.

People have responded in kind to the ridiculous incident, with numerous taking part in the movement by posting their own, equally ridiculous, versions of the 'miracle'.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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