06/02/2011 | Charge de Communication Pan Africa ILGA
The Archbishop of Canterbury last night warned against “demonising” homosexuals, as he struggled to prevent a split in the worldwide Anglican Communion over gay and women bishops. Speaking in Dublin, Archbishop Rowan Williams was commenting on “the horrific murder” last week of David Kato, a prominent Ugandan gay rights activist whose picture was published by an anti-gay newspaper next to the words, “Hang Them”. >>>
15/09/2010 | Charge de Communication Pan Africa ILGA
Virtually all the distinctives of Christianity are being interrogated – even marriage. The subject of debate is whether or not to conduct the solemnisation of same-sex unions in churches. KEHINDE OYETIMI, in this piece, wonders if this would not threaten the future of Christianity, since marriage was the first institution that God, according to the Bible, initiated.
A leaked position paper by the Forum of Born Again Churches of Rwanda
(FOBACOR), indicates a storm is brewing between the Church and the
State over the latter’s decision to decriminalize homosexuality/lesbianism.