Ghanaian actress Efia Odo says 'I believe in God' as she proves she does not trust the Bible

Ghanaian actress Efia Odo says 'I believe in God' as she proves she does not trust the Bible

- An actress, Efia Odo, has taken to social media to express her thoughts about the Bible and God

- The actress claimed that she believes in God but she does not believe in the Bible

- Efia Odo expressed that some things in the Bible are not accurate enough for her to believe in it

Ghanaian actress Efia Odo has caused a stir on social media after she shared her thoughts about the Bible and God. The actress revealed that she believes in God, but she does not believe in the Bible.

The actress shared her thoughts on Twitter where she asked questions about some things that are written in the Bible.

Odo had taken to the micro-blogging platform to talk about the Bible and God after her mother asked her if she believes in God. She noted that she had replied her mother by saying absolutely.

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She said: "Mom just called me and asked me if I believe in God, told her absolutely, no cap. She said alright then that’s all that matters, Love you. Love you too mommy."

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After the tweet, Odo went ahead to talk about what she believes and what she doesn't. The actress stated that somethings in the Bible are not accurate enough for her to believe it. She also gave examples.

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She said: "I believe in God not words written by man. Don’t care if your think they were inspired or not. Your belief and mine doesn’t have to be on the same. You believe in your God and imma believe in mine."

"In the Bible Adam, Eve, Cain,Abel were the only ones in the world. After Cain killed Abel he ran to the east of Eden. Genesis 4:17 it says Cain made love to his wife. He was in the east of Eden in Nod. So where did the WIFE come from if they were the only ones in the world?"

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A user shared his thoughts about what she said and a back, and forth discussion started between them, with the two trying to defend what they believe in.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the actress had raised eyebrows on Twitter after she shared her thoughts on infliction of pleasure and fornication. The young actress claimed that self infliction of pleasure is worse than fornication.

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