Voice of America program on Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill

Today, the Voice of America did a program on the Anti-Homosexuality Bill today featuring Jeff Sharlet, David Bahati, Matt Kavanagh and Olara A. Otunnu.For now, it is downloadable, go give it a view... … [Read more...]

Movement away from Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill?

Scroll to the end for updates and audio of President Museveni's speech and a video report from NTV.Uganda Talks, the blog of The Independent posted this on Twitter this morning:Uganda backs off anti-gay bill: Saying that it contradicts Uganda's foreign policy, President Museveni announced t... http://bit.ly/8z2dZG.However, the link goes to a page which says the content has been moved or not published yet. I called the Indenpendent to learn that the content has not been published. … [Read more...]

Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill: What are American Christians doing?

This post will be a work in progress in that I am going to list organizations with connections to those in Uganda who are suporting the Anti-Homosexuality Bill. As I learn of various statements and positions of American Christian groups, I will post them, even if there are no particular ties to promoters of the bill. I need to caution readers that being listed here does not mean that the organization or anyone in it supports the bill. Reactions have varied and those reactions are what I am trying … [Read more...]

Scott Lively endorses a revised Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill

I have yet to see an actual revision, Lively proclaimed his support for one on his website today, saying in a release dated Jan 10:A leading U.S. based pro-family NGO has today endorsed the Ugandan anti-homosexuality bill after it was revised to remove its unacceptable provisions and to add a provision offering treatment to sufferers of same-sex attraction. Dr. Scott Lively of Defend the Family International, who advised the Ugandan Parliament on the issue of homosexuality in March rejected … [Read more...]

The Anti-Homosexuality Bill has some American defenders

Sadly, some in America defend Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill 2009. A brief summary:I have already noted that Scott Lively is defending himself and the bill by saying it is a "step in the right direction." A few are emerging to agree.Gary Demar runs an organization called American Vision and recently posted this piece by Joel McDurmon, A Perfect Hatred. This article reveals an extreme form of Calvinist dominionism, writing:Now, it just so happens that God revealed that the homosexual a … [Read more...]

Scott Lively: Anti-Homosexuality Bill is “step in the right direction”

I am behind on posting relevant news concerning the main characters in the Ugandan drama.Here is an audio clip, you need to hear if you want to put Scott Lively's opposition to the Ugandan bill in perspective.Alan Colmes wondered how you could oppose the death penalty and call the bill "a step in the right direction." About the show, Colmes wrote:Scott Lively, one of three evangelicals who went to Uganda at in 2009 to preach against gays, says he doesn’t support Uganda’s bill that would … [Read more...]

Teen Mania Ministries issues statement about Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill

Add another US evangelical group to the list expressing reservations about Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill. Well, at least they kind of do...From the group's Facebook page:RON LUCE AND TEEN MANIA MINISTRIES desire to clarify any confusion surrounding the political happenings in Uganda that have come to view regarding the pending controversial bill before that nation’s legislature. While Teen Mania has partnered with many pastors and ministries in Uganda over the years, it has been to o … [Read more...]

Ugandan official says Anti-Homosexuality Bill not needed

This seems to be a promising development...Ndorwa West MP David Bahati’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill may be withdrawn from Parliament following pressure from the international community, a senior government official has said.The State Minister for Investments, Mr Aston Kajara, yesterday said the government was looking at the Bill with the possibility of withdrawing it. “The government’s official position is that we have enough laws to cover homosexuality acts,” Mr Kajara said. “Government did … [Read more...]


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