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Seventh-day Adventist Church Places Pastor On Administrative Leave For Making An Unholy Statement

The Greater New York Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has placed Pastor Burnett Robinson on administrative leave for making an holy statement while preaching on a sermon titled " Wives Submitting To Their Husband's Leadership."

According to Religion News Service (RNS), the Pastor of the New York City Seventh-day Adventist Church made an holy statement on the pulpit while delivering a sermon on wifery submission, which they tagged as violation against women.

Pastor Robinson's statement caused lots of backlash from the people, calling on him to tender his resignation's letter for encouraging men to force their wives against their wish during intimacy.

Pastor Robinson had been placed on administrative leave by the authority of New York Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church.

" Now, the Greater New York Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church said it has placed Pastor Robinson on administrative leave," RNS reported.

Meanwhile, the embattled Pastor has deeply regretted his statement and tendered his unreserved apology.

Pastor Robinson deeply regrets the statement and knows it caused injury and has given an unqualified apology," a statement from the New York Conference said.

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