Saturday, February 24, 2007
Ugandan archbishop says that Militant Islam is century’s key challenge
Anglican Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi of Uganda
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK — Much of the church is asleep or in “deep, dark denial” about Islam, Anglican Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi of Uganda said in New York City at the Kairos Journal Award dinner Jan. 26.
This was revealed in a story by Gregory Tomlin for Baptist press (www.bpnews.net) in which he wrote, “Orombi, named one of World magazine’s ‘Daniels of the Year’ for 2006, has been at the forefront of the Anglican church’s controversy over the open acceptance and ordination of homosexual ministers, is one of Africa’s leading voices for biblical fidelity.