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Description `L’église du Christianisme Céleste´ is a religion which started in Bénin in the middle of the past century by Samuel Joseph Biléou Oschoffa, a Béninois who had a revelation from God. The religion is based on Christianity, but there are some differences in presentation. All christians have a white dress (la soutane) and should be bare feet when wearing the dress. November 2007.
Date 30 November 2007, 16:17
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Author Ferdinand Reus from Arnhem, Holland
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