HOMOSEXUALITY DEBATE IN AFRICA TODAY
CATHERINE WAMBUI NJAGI
Homosexuality Debate in Africa Today: Impacting on Ecumenical Relationships among Kenyan Churches, investigates the manner in which homosexuality debate in the Anglican Communion has affected ecumenical relationships in the Kenyan Churches. In analysing the data and classifying them into: homosexuality as a taboo, Biblical teaching on Homosexuality, pastoral care and healing, Necessity of the debate, Commitment to Church unity, Church links between Anglican Church of Kenya and the Episcopal Church Of the United states of America, Fundamentalism and ecumenical relationships, it is established that the Kenyan churches are not very committed to church unity and that they enjoy only a loose type of unity. And even though Kenyans, like other members of the Anglican Communion, have divergent views on the issues of homosexuality, their views range from ultra conservative and conservative to liberal and radical. The book further establishes that cutting links with the Episcopal Church of the United States of America for the Anglican Church of Kenya is not the panacea for the problem; rather dialogue is.
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