Friday, September 28, 2007

Trevor Mwamba, a good man in Africa

Bishop Trevor Mwamba of the Botswana Anglican Church, who was recently removed from his position as the Dean of the Province of Central Africa because of his liberal stance on homosexuality is now on slippery ground in Botswana.

Mwamba, who was recently appointed Provincial Dean of Central Africa, was two weeks ago removed from the post, as dioceses in the region continued to wrangle over the issue of homosexuality. Bishop Mwamba was voted out by a meeting of bishops led by the Archbishop of Central Africa, the Most Revd Bernard Malango, during the provincial synod held in Malawi two weeks ago. He has been replaced by the Bishop of Northern Zambia, the Rt Revd Albert Chama.

Link to the full article on the Sunday Standard.

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