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Germany Ambassador to Zambia Bernd Finke to part of youths who had displayed placards denouncing homosexuality outside Kapiri mposhi court
File:Germany Ambassador to Zambia Bernd Finke to part of youths who had displayed placards denouncing homosexuality outside Kapiri mposhi court

A clergyman has called on authorities and the clergy in Zambia to uphold God’s law which promotes marital sex exclusively in marriage as opposed to same-sex relationship which is being championed in some countries.

Speaking at the launch of The Chreso Story book at Chreso Ministries Centre in Lusaka yesterday, Reverend Helmut Reutter insisted that God’s law concerning sex, including homosexuality, should overrule any man-made law.

Rev Reutter said there was no superior authority above God’s law on sexuality.
‘No government in the world has the right to change God’s programme concerning marriage which was designed for a married couple,” he said.
He challenged the clergy in Zambia not only to preach the Gospel that addresses man’s spiritual side but also to deal with man’s physical side by engaging in health projects like the fight against HIV.

He said while he believed in faith healing, he knew that administering of medicine, especially for people living positively with HIV, should also be encouraged to heal the sick.

“In the Bible, the Apostle Paul was always in the presence of physicians because he knew the importance of combining spirituality and actual healing of the sick,” he said.

Chreso Ministries, that was started in the early 90s in Lusaka, has contributed massively in projects in the health sector, education and social responsibilities.

The launch of the book The Chreso Story chronicles the work of the ministry that was started by Pastor Reutter and his wife Esther when the couple first came to Zambia from Germany.

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  1. Homosexual used to be considered an abnormality until 1973. No sane human being can have sex with another man unless under a demonic spell.

  2. God’s “law” has no place in any countries laws.

    State and religion must be separated.

    Religion has no right to speak in place of law.

    What religion were you before 1964?

    Even mother nature accepts that homosexuality is a part of nature itself.

    Who gives you the right to deny that according to your book? Written by humans?

  3. The original purpose of Sex was not for pleasure, but for Procreation and propagation of species.
    Even in our married life, we are advised to exercise moderation, in our sex life. Immoderate Sex life is detrimental to our health.

    • This is a fallacy.

      I’d like to to search up animals that have sex for pleasure. There are many.

      You’re view is of ancient times, but even then this rules were not adhered by. Because they MAKE NO SENSE.

      A country is governed by its poeople and their wants and needs.

      Not your book.

  4. Just legalise it. We are seeing a lot of them in our circles including ministers who are mostly their clients why not legalise. Society must accept certain trends in order to move on. Zambia shall not be saved just becausent you denied lesbos their rights to the back holes. Christianity nipamwine. If the message you preach to them don’t change them…you ve no control.

  5. How does sex with a fellow man. …fellow woman satisfy one? I’ve always wondered how a bearded mouth kissing another bearded mouth cannot be repulsive.

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