Akinola, Repudiate Anti-Gay Violence

September 20, 2007

A Message to Members of AMiA

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As the organizer of the Akinola protest in Wheaton, let me clarify something here. The protest is aimed at those African bishops and American supporters who threaten, endanger, intimidate, imprison, banish and kill LGBT people.

It’s not about territorial boundaries or Biblical hermaneutics. It’s about people endangered by the unholy alliance between their government and Anglican churches.

No matter how nice the people are in AMiA churches, how “loving” they think they are, how much “support” they want to give Gay people to “overcome their sin,” how equal those nice Straight parishioners consider themselves in sinfulness, this is not a protest about American Gay people who can mostly fend for themselves (and reject such phony love). It’s about Africans being killed in the name of Christ.

With every dime and prayer AMiA congregants send to these heretical African bishops, they contribute to suffering and death, all in the name of idolatrous hermaneutics. The Bible is not God!

But the face of God is found in those African Gay souls.

I ask every member of AMiA, Do you want to be hunted like an animal? Do you want to hunt human beings?

3 Comments »

  1. Hey, Josh! Many of us who could be in Wheaton today are eager for a report — preferably with photos.

    You’ve been much in my prayers today, even though I couldn’t drag my body up there.

    Comment by Lisa Fox — September 23, 2007 @ 8:13 pm | Reply

  2. “Not.” I mean to say “not.” As in “could NOT be in Wheaton …”

    Preview, Lisa. Preview!

    Comment by Lisa Fox — September 23, 2007 @ 8:14 pm | Reply

  3. cool links, thanks!,

    Comment by BeckyRivera — August 4, 2008 @ 6:27 pm | Reply


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