Interpretation of a (religious) text is very difficult. One thing for sure, like every text, religious text does not have a single interpretation. For example, what does a (religious) message like “You must not kill“ mean? Does “killing“ here mean just taking one`s life with gun, knife or sword; or does it include blackmailing or saying false and negative things behind / about one, hence destroying one`s character? Worse still, with a lot of fastidious ““ and often fake ““ religious leaders around, it has become very difficult for some to separate the sheep from the goats. Therefore, some have problems to understand or believe religious messages from these religious leaders. Useni is faced with this dilemma. Please read more. Follow our weekly series and share your views on Kata Kata: www.katakata.org
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