|Does Anglican Archbishop Akinola/Nigeria (retired) and Anglican Archbishop Chew/ Singapore speak for God?|
|Does Anglican Archbishop Henry Orombi/Uganda ¨possess moral authority?¨¨|
¨Unfortunately, those who pervert Scripture and the Gospel, those who deny the full and final Sacrifice that Jesus made to cover over all of our sins, are those who spit in the very face of God and seek to impose their false and perverted gospel onto others, falsely taking on the role of being possessors of moral authority; an authority that they do not deserve and which must be given no credibility.
|Did Anglican Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini/Rwanda ¨cause untold suffering?¨|
|Did Anglican GAFCON ¨excluders¨ plot with ¨urgency and sincerity¨ in Singapore?|
|Do all Global South/Gafcon Anglican Bishops understand ¨eternal reconciliation with God?¨|
|Does Anglican Presiding Bishop Greg Venables/Southern Cone understand the ¨Gospel is for ALL of God´s Children?¨|
That's the Gospel, and it is the Gospel for all of God's children, be they Gay, Straight, Bisexual, or Transgender!
|Is deposed TEC Bishop Robert Duncan of Pittsburgh ¨trying to win God´s approval¨ by excluding LGBT Christians from all levels of religious life?|
That is why the Gospel is called "Good News!" After all, if we have to obey all sorts of rules, regulations, doctrines, etc., what's the good news in that?
|Anglican HERO Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and communicator of authentic GOOD NEWS!|
Communicating this message has been one of my major goals, and I just hope that this message gets through so that no one feels condemned by the ignorant and/or hateful homophobic rhetoric that emanates from the lips of all too many clergy and other professing "Christians" who erroneously claim to speak for God.¨ --The Reverend Dr. Jerry Maneker, HERE
|Do Global South Anglican Bishops insist on instigating fear, hate, demonizing and crime in Africa and beyond?|
|Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo, Uganda, Anglican Hero, Peacemaker |
Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo who was a member of the Inclusive Church team at the Lambeth Conference in 2008 has just completed a speaking tour in Ireland following an extensive tour of the USA. In Ireland, he condemned what he described as the "draconian" Anti-Homosexuality Bill in his native Uganda. He said, "we should follow the good example of Ireland where you have been successful in seeking and affecting reconciliation."
· Thanks to The Reverend Jerry Maneker, sidebar
· Thanks to A Christian Voice for LGBT rights, sidebar
· Thanks to Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
· Thanks to Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo, Ugandan Peacemaker
· Thanks to Inclusive Church, United Kingdom
· Thanks to Integrity, Uganda and U.S.A.
· Thanks to Flickr Photo Sharing
· Thanks to Gays Beyond Borders
·Thanks to Sexual Minorities Uganda