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Filipino preacher introduces Q&A panel in Twitter

March 6, 2011

Following the same unscripted question-and-answer format of Ask Bro. Eli, the Bible Will Answer, preacher-blogger Bro. Eli Soriano introduced the Twitter version of the renowned segment of his webcast and radio and television program Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path).

Through what the micro-bloggers popularized as Tweetanong – meaning “ask through a tweet,” Bro. Eli answers biblical queries of Twitter users worldwide. Tweetanong is the combined English and Filipino words “tweet,” Twitter’s popular term for a 140-character long post, and “tanong,” the Filipino word for ask. For many truth-seekers, “Tweetanong mo kay Soriano” is another avenue to obtain sensible information to countless misleading doctrines.

Bro. Eli started using the micro-blogging site in 2009 with @BroEliSoriano handle. For the first few months, he has posted a number of his own personal tweets – current events, scientific, and Bible-based – to inspire and teach the truths in the Holy Scriptures. But known as a preacher who hosts a live, impromptu question and answer program, many Twitter users started asking issues about faith and spirituality. For almost two years now, what started as Bro. Eli’s personal account in Twitter turned into a consultation and Q&A panel.

The Filipino preacher’s unique, intelligent discussions earned him nominations for Twitter’s “Oscars” awards. Last February 15, Shorty Awards announced Bro. Eli as a finalist for television category vying against the other big five: Kurt Sutter, Attack of the Show, Psych_USA, HIMYM Production, and the children’s show Sesame Street. The awards ceremony is set on March 28, 2011 at the TimesCenter in New York.

Besides Twitter, the international evangelist also maintains a weblog and Internet webcast and carries out live Bible Expositions in many countries. His program, The Old Path, is being aired regularly in South America (TV Verdade), Argentina (América), Uruguay (La Tele Channel 12), India (SONY SABTV), Philippines (UNTV), among others. Just a week ago, The Old Path started its broadcast in Bolivia.

Bro. Eli is the Presiding Minister to Members Church of God International.

  1. jordz permalink

    the most sensible preacher in our time!!! still the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be,,, bro.Eli Soriano!!!

  2. thats great! another venue for us to ask the most sensible preacher in our time. glory be to God!!

  3. celynyen permalink

    I have asked Bro. Eli several times and I am glad for his response. Thank God twitter has been created to help the propagation globally. All glory to Him!

  4. alvin permalink

    it’s really true,bro.Eli is the only sensible preacher in our time,he speak w/candour and w/out reservation either you like or not,he speak the truth.

  5. jojo narciso permalink

    we are encouraging other preacher to do the same as what Bro Eli is doing. Let see who has the knowledge from the words of God and who’s telling the truth… Let see who is the wicked… (Daniel 12:10 – Many shall be purified, and made white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand.)

  6. allan permalink

    Bro Eli is the only sensible preacher I have known in our time

  7. Charmaine permalink

    Bro. Eli Soriano always finds every possible way on how to be of service to humanity, and to those who wants to find salvation.

  8. gerard r. castro permalink

    No questions, Bro. Eli is truly a Man of God…and in my 17 years in the Church, I have proven this time & again without a shadow of a Doubt. Amen!

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