UGANDA: Anglican Archbishop Rips TEC Convention Resolution A051 supporting LGBT African Advocacy

Jun 25, 2015 by

By David W Virtue, VOL: Should TEC try to come in and influence our Bible scholars away from the clear and plain sense meaning of Scripture, we shall consider them a wolf who has invaded our flock…to steal, kill, and destroy the Church of Uganda. The Primate of Uganda, the Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali has come out blasting proposed Resolution A051 supporting LGBT African advocacy. He asserted that should “TEC try to come in and influence our Bible scholars away from the clear and...

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Why we need Ugandan Christians (and why they might need us)

Apr 3, 2014 by

By Simon Vibert As part of the Wycliffe Hall Mission Week I took a small group of Students to Uganda to work with our sister college Bishop Barham Christian University, Kabale. This is located in the South West corner of Uganda, in the District of Kigezi, just an hour from the border with Rwanda. Kabale is about 7,000 feet above sea level and set in lush rolling hills. The air is a little “thin” and temperatures are less oppressive than in the capital Kampala where we began our...

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Solidarity with the Anglican Church in Uganda and Nigeria

Mar 20, 2014 by

By Chris Sugden, Evangelicals Now Anglican churches in Nigeria and Uganda have through history stood for biblical truth and principle and been at the forefront of action for justice, peace and equality. They have transformed their societies especially the relationships of men and women. One African Anglican Archbishop told me recently: “Defenders of polygamous families have never lived in one.” The church was also at the forefront of developing democracy in African societies,...

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Church of Uganda – A correction

Mar 5, 2014 by

IMPORTANT CLARIFICATION ABOUT THE CHURCH OF UGANDA'S RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND – AN OPEN LETTER FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF UGANDA TO THE "MONITOR" NEWSPAPER Greetings from the Church of Uganda! Thank you for your news story on Monday entitled “Church ready to split from England on Homosexuals.” I would like to make a very important clarification, and hope you will publish this clarification as widely as you did the first story, because the story paints...

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Barack Obama warns Uganda's Museveni over anti-gay bill

Feb 17, 2014 by

From BBC News President Barack Obama has warned Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni that enacting an anti-gay law would complicate relations with the US. Under the proposed legislation, those convicted of homosexual acts could face life imprisonment. The law would also make it a crime not to report gay people. Mr Museveni last month refused to sign the bill but on Friday indicated that he would approve it shortly, after receiving scientific advice. Government spokesman Ofwono Opondo said a...

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Archbishop Stanley Ntagali Comments on Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill, the Church of England’s “Pi...

Jan 30, 2014 by

The Church of Uganda is encouraged by the work of Uganda’s Parliament in amending the Anti-Homosexuality Bill to remove the death penalty, to reduce sentencing guidelines through a principle of proportionality, and to remove the clause on reporting homosexual behaviour, as we had recommended in our 2010 position statement on the Bill. This frees our clergy and church leaders to fulfill the 2008 resolution of our House of Bishops to “offer counseling, healing and prayer for people...

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