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Solve differences amicably, says Bishop Ntagali

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By EPHRAIM KASOZI

Posted  Tuesday, December 24  2013 at  02:00

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He said the Anglican Church in Uganda is determined to refuse anything that contradicts the biblical authority without fear or compromise. “I appeal to all Ugandans to join us in this struggle to protect our God given rights.”

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KAMPALA- The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali, has asked Christians to solve conflicts through dialogue and seek divine guidance instead of going to courts.

“In our own church, I call upon all people to let Jesus be the Prince of peace and strive to maintain the unity of peace by resisting going to law courts to resolve conflicts. Please, let us sit together and seek the mind of Christ for all our various concerns,” said Archbishop Ntagali in the Christmas message.

Addressing journalists in Kampala the prelate asked the public to direct all the energy towards building up Uganda rather than tearing it down.

“Lets us not look out only for our interests but for the interests of all Ugandans. Corruption is killing us. It is choking our development and growth,” said Archbishop Ntagali.

He said the Anglican Church in Uganda is determined to refuse anything that contradicts the biblical authority without fear or compromise. “I appeal to all Ugandans to join us in this struggle to protect our God given rights.”

Archbishop Ntagali commended Parliament for passing the Anti-Homosexuality Bill.

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