1. Ugandan anti-gay strategy: The war has barely begun | 76 CRIMES

    […] director of Uganda’s Family Life Network, organized the seminar  in 2009 at which American anti-gay activist Scott Lively energized Uganda’s anti… shortly before the Anti-Homosexuality Bill was […]

  2. Ugandan anti-gay strategy: The war has barely begun | Peterson Ssendi

    […] director of Uganda’s Family Life Network, organized the seminar  in 2009 at which American anti-gay activist Scott Lively energized Uganda’s anti-hom… shortly before the Anti-Homosexuality Bill was […]

  3. mahustlerszone
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    Reblogged this on Embakasi Reloaded.

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  4. An Open Letter to Christians: You’re Hurting Gay People and That Ain’t Right | Nosmerca

    […] anti-gay legislation. In 2008, Rick Warren, he of Purpose Driven Life fame, traveled to Uganda and proclaimed that homosexuality is not a human right (he has since denounced Uganda’s new law). Warren’s mentor, C. Peter Wagner, founder of […]

  5. An Open Letter to Christians: You're Hurting Gay People and That Ain't Right | Pride & Equality Post

    […] anti-gay legislation. In 2008, Rick Warren, he of Purpose Driven Life fame, traveled to Uganda and proclaimed that homosexuality is not a human right (he has since denounced Uganda’s new law). Warren’s mentor, C. Peter Wagner, founder of […]

  6. Modern-Day Colonialism: Gays, AIDS, and the Church, Part 5 - Caris Adel

    […] Graham and other Christian leaders are holding the health and well-being of the world hostage to their fundamentalist […]

  7. qfptestclips
    qfptestclips at |

    Twisted story, not a word of truth. Nazi style of propaganda. Mister misinformation.

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    1. KellyK
      KellyK at |

      It’s very easy to accuse someone of lying, much harder to prove. If you have *facts* and *evidence* rather than just accusations, how about showing them. Colin cited his sources, how about you cite yours?

      Reply
    2. Ganymede
      Ganymede at |

      Oh, shut ***** up. You and the homophobic *****s who troll these message boards are the only Nazis here.

      Reply
  8. Rick Warrens Troubling Africa Mission | Report News Today

    […] has documented how Warren’s hands are all over Africa’s anti-gay paroxysm, even as he has tried to rinse them purify of it and took to amicable media  to malign a Uganda law and what he pronounced were “lies and errors […]

  9. Rick Warrens Troubling Africa Mission – Daily Beast | Everyday News Update

    […] has documented how Warren’s hands are all over Africa’s anti-gay paroxysm, even as he has tried to wash them clean of it and took to social media  to denounce the Uganda law and what he said were “lies and errors and […]

  10. International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA)
    International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) at |

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  11. The Offer I’m Not Accepting | The Blog I'm Not Writing

    […] in their boycott of other Anglican’s  support for LGBT/human rights  and declared that “homosexuality is not a natural way of life and thus is not a human right,” after which the Anti-Homosexuality Bill (originally called the “Kill the Gays Bill”) was […]

  12. Dear Rick Warren, please save African lives, not just souls | 76 CRIMES

    […] Rewriting the anti-gay history of Rick Warren in Uganda (March 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

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