Anti-Homosexuality Bill Divides Ugandan and American Christians
Christianity Today also posted a full interview with the Rt. Rev. Dr. David Zac Niringiye, assistant bishop of Kampala in the Church of Uganda.
Recent reports on the Ugandan legislation include:
Why Catholics aren't speaking up in Uganda about anti-gay bill | It's impossible to understand how many Ugandans approach this debate without appreciating the depth of their resentment of outside interference—a legacy, obviously, of their colonial experience (John Allen, National Catholic Reporter)
Obama, Clinton reject Uganda's gay Bill | International opposition against Ndorwa West MP David Bahati's proposed anti-gay law continued to grow steadily, drawing support from such unlikely quarters as the White House (The Monitor, Uganda)
Uganda: Nsibambi Advises Clergy On Impartiality | The Prime Minister, Prof. Apolo Nsibambi, has urged religious leaders to be impartial when advising the Government on controversial issues (The New Vision, Uganda)
Ugandan MP Defends Controversial Anti-Homosexuality Bill | Bahati on Warren: "It's unfortunate that a man who has inspired millions of people around the world for a long time would be blackmailed to disappoint them. It's a pity that he has opted to please the world instead of God." (Voice of America)