A post on Facebook as revealed a prophet who commands rocks into bread and cloth to taste like chocolate and turns snakes into chocolate and feeds these to his congregation.
JOHANNESBURG - The leader of the Baptist Convention of South Africa Reverend Thembelani Jentile told eNCA that making congregants eat snakes has nothing to do with the power of God, and is instead self serving.
"These boys are after money and fame, they want to be all over the media. It has nothing to do with God and improving people&39;s spiritual lives," Jentile said.
He added that these churches are drawing a high number educated people.
His comments came after congregants of the End Times Disciples Ministries in Soshanguve were made to eat snakes by the presiding pastor, Prophet Penuel Mnguni.
It&39;s not the first time Mnguni has courted controversy.
According to eNCA commentator Angelo Fick, there is a global movement of millenarianism that appeals to people because it meets complicated emotional and spiritual needs people have.
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CHURCH-: People Eating Snake Saying It Taste Like Chomp (Chocolate) pic.twitter.com/rjCPN3ghel— Sibs Macd (@SibsMacd) July 13, 2015