Sunday may not really be a holy day for most Christians any longer according to actress Lydia Forson. Lydia who is from Ghana is not excited about how people take this church thing to the next level.

Sunday may not really be a holy day for most Christians any longer according to actress Lydia Forson. Lydia who is from Ghana is not excited about how people take this church thing to the next level.

Sunday may not really be a holy day for most Christians any longer according to actress Lydia Forson. Lydia who is from Ghana is not excited about how people take this church thing to the next level.

 On Sundays, they come to church but do not have the fear of God the other remaining part of the week.

She wrote sadly about her people of Ghana who are living double lives “I find it all amusing personally, how easy it is for people to completely change who they are for a few hours in a week, and immediately go back to their cheating , criminal, adulterous, greedy, bullying ways the minute the service ends.

“I can’t for the life of me understand how people are able to switch between their lives with such ease and no sense of wrong doing on their part. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not in any position to expect righteousness from anyone, but my conscience doesn’t permit me to be half as hypocritical as some of these people.”

“…People are more interested in your presence (in church) than they are in your character and whether or not you’re a good person or live an exemplary life” Forson continued. “And this explains why, for a country so dedicated to God and religion, we’re still so corrupt and under developed with no real indication of it changing soon.”

She then revealed “If you ever wanted to disprove the supposed link between religiosity and morality, you can do no better than Ghanaians. It’s a myth the church (and almost all religions) have promoted for ages, but one does not need religion to be moral. In fact, in many instances, religion leads one to be immoral, such as killing in the name of God, or oppressing others (women, minorities) because one thinks they are sanctioned by divine fiat".

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