The newly installed dean of the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Rev. Canon Dr. James B. Sellee, says he opposes the efforts of the National Christian Council of Liberia (NCCL) to make Liberia a Christian state.
Speaking over the weekend during his installation program, Rev. Sellee said there is no time in the history of Liberia when religion caused any harm to the people. "If we Christians want to see Liberia become a Christian nation, we should rather redouble our efforts in evangelizing and winning more souls for
Christ than seeking the assistance of the law to get it done," Dean Sellee pointed out.
People of all faiths in the country have worked together for peace and should continue to work together for the betterment of the country rather than seeing each other as warring factions on a battlefield, he admonished.
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