Have just had a lovers' tiff. So, I am spending the time cooling off in the computer. And, soon I will go to bed and hold him. That is how it should end. Always, ok? Love tip from gug...!
But, I have come across the official invitation to Rick Warren by Rachel Maddow. Wow, love that lady. Dont know what to say. Except that, you do, lady!
Anyway, she got Warren's scalp. Now, she wants to confirm it. On the Rachel Maddow show. Will he take the bait? Dont know! I dont know that particular jungle. But, what I know is the barbs in this article are not really camouflaged.
The invite is official: Rachel Maddow wants Rev. Rick Warren, the nation's most visible evangelical pastor right now, on her MSNBC show.
Night after night, Maddow, who is gay, has been hammering conservative
U.S.evangelical leaders and politicians for failing to speak out promptly, loudly and clearly against a bill in that would criminalize homosexuality. Uganda
After days of being blasted by name, a few politicians have now issued statements against the bill, just recently toned down from a life imprisonment and death penalty provisions to mere jail time for being actively gay -- or even knowing someone gay and failing to report them. (Imagine the chaos that would create for the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, apart from legitimizing hate.)
Earlier this week, Warren, author of The Purpose Driven Life and leader of vast social action networks inBut, the writer doesnt waste time to get onto some very serious business. The Archbishop of Cantebury, (and York) need some serious lessons in manners.
Africaunder his PEACE plan, issued his first specific denunciation of the legislation, days after initially saying he couldn't interfere in another nation's politics.
Meanwhile, still no word from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, spiritual head of the third largest Christian denomination, the worldwide Anglican Communion with millions of adherents in
Williams released his 2009 World Aids Day video on Dec. 1, talking about the dangers of silence on HIV. Six days later, he issued a statement of distress about the election of a lesbian priest as an assistant bishop in
, saying it ... Los Angeles
Raises very serious questions not just for the Episcopal Church and its place in the Anglican Communion.
, and a plan to jail people who love outside the lines of heterosexuality -- zip. Uganda
What moral ills would drive you to speak out -- even it it means telling other people -- or another country -- how to live?
Yes! Go, lady, Go!
Why is it important that the religious leaders speak out? Because, this bill is made in the NAME OF GOD. It is the Christians who are leading the bill, made in the Name of God, to cleanse Uganda of us homosexuals. So, if Christian Leaders in the rest of the world dont speak out to their brothers and sisters here, why, they will never, ever change their mind.
Check out this article from the Episcopal life online.