Topic: National Council of the Churches USA
As a hand recount of votes from Monday's election continued Thursday, candidate Raila Odinga cried foul, saying the emerging tallies were not accurate.
More than 14 churches have been attacked in Kenya since April, most recently in this week's violence in Mombasa. Church leaders are suing to force the government to defend them.
The Annual Meeting of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, held June 4 in Boston, urged a closer dialogue and fellowship with Christians of other denominations – part of an effort to look outward.
Most of Africa's 54 nations ban homosexuality, so President Obama's promotion of gay rights as a human right draws quick ire from African governments.
12/08/2011 05:29 pm
Latin America Monitor Is it time for Obama to simply ask Cuba's President Castro to free Alan Gross?
US officials are proposing new measures to force Cuba to release USAID worker Alan Gross from prison, but guest blogger Anya Landau French suggests trying something different.
12/02/2011 11:00 am
Kenya analysts say Sunday's Kenya bomb blasts are an attempt to rile the political environment ahead of a referendum on a new draft constitution. Conspiracy theories abound.
06/14/2010 06:08 pm
Church leaders who oppose a new draft constitution are blaming the Kenyan government for a hand in the Kenya bomb attacks Sunday night in Nairobi that killed six and wounded more than 100 people.
06/14/2010 11:17 am
Kenya's churches are opposing a draft Kenyan Constitution they see as encouraging abortion. Three US lawmakers – targeting the abortion issue – have also sent a letter to the State Department questioning US support of the constitution process in Kenya.
05/14/2010 04:33 pm
Faith leaders' quest for understanding, commonality begins Tuesday at Yale.
07/30/2008 01:00 am