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Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit, Primate of Kenya, promotes calm before elections

Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit, the Primate of Kenya, has applauded the country’s government and its opposition leaders for their cooperation  ahead of the 2017 general elections. Archbishop Sapit said that the church was “committed to promoting a just and cohesive society where all citizens enjoy their constitutional rights while living in peace, love and unity” in  a “Letter to the Nation” issued at the end of the province’s standing committee meeting.


In it, he thanked the Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and […]

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Archbishop of Kenya to the Archbishop of Canterbury

This inability to recognise that the acceptance of homosexual practice calls for repentance is now entrenched by the ‘Continuing Indaba’ programme being promoted by the Anglican Communion Office. Because it is based on the assumption that the Bible’s teaching on homosexuality and marriage is not clear, despite two thousand years of Christian teaching and tradition that it is, it becomes impossible to talk about repentance.

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Kenya: We’re not coming to ACC in Lusaka

Curry’s “defiance of the Primates’ moral and spiritual authority has been supported by the Chairman of the ACC, Bishop Tengatenga, who has confirmed that TEC will participate fully.” – Primate of Kenya and Chairman of GAFCON

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