Preacher claims marriage vows are satanic and nowhere in Bible

Preacher claims marriage vows are satanic and nowhere in Bible

- Pastor Aloysius Bugingo said he has read the Bible countless times and never come across any written marriage vow

- He said they were crafted by the Anglican and Catholic churches and were satanic since they encouraged couples to kill each other

- Bugingo has however recently divorced his wife and moved in with an employee and his sermon seems to be a justification of his actions

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A controversial Ugandan preacher, Aloysius Bugingo, of House of Prayer Ministries, has stirred controversy after telling his congregants that marriage vows are not written anywhere in the Bible but are actually from hell.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the preacher, who is Uganda's version of Pastor Ng'ang'a, was preaching during a lunch hour service when he said he had read the Bible from Genesis to Revelation and had not come across any wedding vow written.

Preacher claims marriage vows are satanic and nowhere in Bible

Pastor Bugingo said marriage vows were from hell. Photo: SabaSabaUpdates.com
Source: UGC

According to New Vision, Bugingo specifically stated that the 'till death us part' part was crafted by Anglicans, Catholics and born-agains and are satanic since that part of the vows is the cause of rising cases of domestic murders.

"When couples find that they are no longer compatible, they find ways of killing each other because the vows involve death,” the pastor said.

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Preacher claims marriage vows are satanic and nowhere in Bible

A picture of a church. The cleric said he had read the Bible and not found any marriage vow written.
Source: UGC

He further dared his congregation to show him which couple in the Bibble recited the vows while tying the knot.

" When Abraham was marrying Sarah, did he make those vows? They are from hell," insisted the cleric.

However, the pastor could be preaching this gospel because he recently divorced his wife, Teddy Bugingo, on the grounds of sickness.

Reports indicate Bugingo moved in with an employee identified as Susan Makula after the annulment of his union, and perhaps the controversial pastor is just justifying his actions.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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