Love, criterion to make heaven, not Christianity, claims Daddy Freeze
Daddy Freeze, a popular on-air personality, has, once again, sparked controversy online after he claimed that the criterion to make it to heaven is not Christianity.
Daddy Freeze took to his Instagram page to state this claim while responding to a question by one of his followers on whether Muslims will go to heaven, insisting that love is the most important criterion.
The 46-year-old controversial media personality stated that it is not only Christians that will make it to heaven, noting that Muslims, Buddhists, Shintoists and adherents of other religions will also make it to heaven.
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According to him, what is required to make it to heaven is not whether one is a Christian or not but love. He insisted that pastors have succeeded in lying to their congregation about the types of people that will enter the kingdom of heaven.
He wrote: “WILL MUSLIMS MAKE HEAVEN?
“Someone asked me: ‘Daddy Freeze will Muslims make heaven?’ I said: ‘Why not?’ What about Buddhists, Shintoists and Atheists? I responded: ‘It’s possible’, he said how? I said the criteria for making Heaven is LOVE, not Christianity!-FRZ”
He added: “Many men of God are trying to sell a lie to sustain their ministries and to also maintain power, monopoly and control. Christ was NOT a Christian, neither did he teach Christianity; he taught us love!”
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The comment immediately elicited tons of reactions from social media users, some of which are listed below:
@bmpia: “This man will take a lot of people to hell with him be very watchful ad we are living in the last days.”
@franceofgrace: “the criteria is Jesus, Jesus is love.”
@ugezujugezu: “ill informed people, whose only authority of reference is faith, will still argue.”
@lightchapel1: “Christianity is not the way to God, but Loge is the way to God.”
@benozery: “it not true, God can’t pick at random. Jesus is the way to everlasting life, failure to exercise faith in him, and identify with him, eternal salvation is impossible.”
@justsam32: “Even the apostle and the early Christians never practiced Christianity. They onl showed love and the Antioch people decided to call them Christians.”
@dele_p_official: “The criteria for making heaven is believing on the lord Jesus. No man cometh to the father except through him, John 3:16, 18”
@beevibee001: “And the bible said if no one believes in Jesus he can’t make heaven and Muslims don’t believe in Jesus”