Building on the foundation of Jesus Christ himself and the love that will not let us go

Reading the 3rd chapter of St Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians this morning, I was motivated to add to yesterday’s blog on chapter 2. I want to start with the final verses and move backwards through the chapter. So, says Paul in verse 19, “. . . the wisdom of this world is folly […]

Uganda Parliament to adjourn until 2013 without action on Anti-Homosexuality Bill

Andrew Mwenda, former leader of the opposition

Warren Throckmorton reported yesterday that according to Parliament spokeswoman Helen Kawesa, the Ugandan Parliament will adjourn from 14 December 2012 until February 4, 2013. After considering the Accountants Bill, Parliament will begin a Christmas recess with the next scheduled sitting being in the new year. The Anti-Homosexuality Bill will not have a second reading until […]

Campaign against the Ugandan anti-gay bill

Coffins outside Scott Lively’s coffee shop where preaching hate is a daily tool

Changing Attitude is just one of the many international organisations and campaigns that are opposing the pernicious Ugandan anti-gay bill. The bill hovers on the parliamentary timetable, driven by the speaker of parliament who has promised to secure passage of the bill as a Christmas present to the Ugandan people. It is one of the […]

The Bishop of Leicester speaks passionately in a Lords’ debate about the “Treatment of Homosexual Men and Women in the Developing World”

The Rt Revd Timothy Stevens, Bishop of Leicester, speaking in the House of Lords

The House of Lords held a debate on Thursday 25 October on a question posed by Lord Lexden. He asked  Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the treatment of homosexual men and women in the developing world. Changing Attitude’s interest in the debate is twofold. Firstly, members of our groups in Nigeria […]

Archbishop Desmond Tutu appeals to Primates to put aside differences

The Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, Dr Desmond Tutu, a patron of Changing Attitude, has asked all the Primates to put aside their differences in order to deal with the world’s troubles in an open letter sent last week to his successor as Primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, the Most Revd Njongonkulu […]