Anti-Homosexuality Bill Divides Ugandan and American Christians
American pastors and leaders are united in condemning the legislation while Ugandans are united in support.
The proposed anti-homosexuality legislation in Uganda has created tension between American Christians who have condemned the legislation and Ugandan Christians who don’t want to see homosexuality become an acceptable practice.
Several American pastors and leaders have condemned proposed legislation in Uganda that, if passed in its proposed version, would punish homosexual acts between adults—including touching „with the intent of committing the act of homosexuality”—with life imprisonment. The punishment for „serial offenders,” homosexual sex with minors or the disabled, or homosexual sex while being HIV-positive, is death …
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