ACDP invites public to join J’burg march against “attack on Christian faith”

ACDP President, Kenneth Meshoe.

The African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) has invited all South Africans, particularly of the Christian faith, to join them in a protest march in Johannesburg on Saturday (November 10) against “what appears to be an attack on the Christian faith”.

In a media statement released today, ACDP President, Rev Kenneth Meshoe says: “When prayer was removed from our schools, Christians said nothing. When Ascension Day was removed as a public holiday, Christians did not fight it.

“Now the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities has recommended that Rastafarians be allowed to carry up to 100g of dagga on them without being prosecuted.

“It is this same Commission that has been conducting hearings that may result in the removal of Christmas and Good Friday as public holidays”.

Meshoe says: “The time for Christians to stand up and say ‘NO’ to subtle attacks on our faith is now”.

The protest march will take place from 10h00 on Saturday at Constitution Hill, 1 Kotze Street, Braamfontein.

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  1. I am supporting Rev Kenneth Meshoe for this (Attack on Christian Faith). If God is for us, who can be against us? I am unshakable when it comes to Christianity. Fellow Christians it is time that we rise up and start taking over; in fact we are supposed to be demonstrating to the world that we are in power (we have been put in charge of the whole world by our God Almighty through our Lord Jesus Christ). For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline. It is time for the Churches to come out of the comfort zone and preach the gospel to the people.