Tag Archives: Nigeria

Bloggers’ View of ABC’s Same-Sex Marriage v. African Homophobia

Welby, homophobia and the lives that are at risk Posted on 5 April, 2014 by symonhill Justin Welby has declared that acceptance of same-sex marriage could lead to Christians being killed in South Sudan, Nigeria, Pakistan and elsewhere. In his comments, Welby made some … Continue reading

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Is the Church of England a Force for Good in U.K. Society ?

Is the Church of England a force for good in society? This morning the College of Bishops together with eight elected senior women meet to discuss the Pilling Report. The LGB&T Anglican Coalition and Changing Attitude have said that matters … Continue reading

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Nigeria passes law against gay relationships

Bill introduces long jail terms for gay marriage, public displays of same-sex relationships and belonging to gay groups. Last updated: 13 Jan 2014 16:35   Amnesty International has warned that the law could have “catastrophic” consequences for Nigeria’s gays [Reuters] Nigeria … Continue reading

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Anti-homosexuality legislation in Nigeria and Uganda

This roundup from Religion Dispatches summarises the situation: Nigeria and Uganda: Harsh Anti-Gay Legislation Passes Harsh anti-gay laws that had been pending for years in both Nigeria and Uganda received legislative approval. The Nigerian bill is called the Anti Same-Sex Marriage bill, but it … Continue reading

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Anglican Bishop in Nigeria Draws Attention to Local Problems

Anarchy is imminent, Anglican Church warns Nigerians Our Reporter November 10, 2013 18 Comments » From CHINEDU ASADU, Enugu Bishop of Enugu North Diocese, Anglican Communion, Rt Rev Sosthenes Eze has warned that Nigeria may be thrown into anarchy leading to disintegration … Continue reading

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