Even in the 1994 genocide, I believe that there were people who followed whatever their leaders decided to do, without ever exercising their own minds. – Laurent Mbanda (Page 133) I’ve previously written about some snippets of Laurent Mbanda’s book “Committed to Conflict, the destruction of the church in Rwanda,”1 now I will take a look at… Continue reading Reviewing Laurent Mbanda’s Book, “Committed to Conflict”
On November 1, 2015 Bishop Laurent Mbanda spoke to the Dean’s Class of the Cathedral Church of the Advent Birmingham Alabama. He provides some background on how he became a bishop (according to him): (In) 2010 the church called me up and said, “can we put your name up for a possible candidate as bishop.” And we said,… Continue reading Mbanda interview
GAFCON’s latest conference in Jerusalem (2018) won nearly universal praise from orthodox circles within the Anglican Communion, and rightfully so. However, the perennial problem of Westerners not having any idea what goes on in Africa reared its head when Archbishop Laurent Mbanda of Rwanda delivered a talk called “God’s World.” Mbanda, an outspoken fan of Rwandan dictator… Continue reading Laurent Mbanda praises Paul Kagame at GAFCON
Rwandan Anglican Bishop Laurent Mbanda shares the stage with (and applauds) Rwandan dictator Paul Kagame, pictured below, for Kwibohora 21. This was July 4, 2015.
The Rt. Rev. Laurent Mbanda, Bishop of the Shyira Diocese, will be preaching at the Church of the Advent tomorrow night at 5 PM.
The upcoming ACNA Assembly features two troubling speakers: Rwandan Archbishop Laurent Mbanda and the apologist Ravi Zacharias. Why are these men troubling? Zacharias was discovered to be inflating his credentials a couple years ago, something he apologized for, but only when caught in the act. Professor John Stackhouse gets to the point about why this… Continue reading Disappointment with the ACNA Assembly 2019
In the course of responding to questions about the East African Revival at GAFCON’s 2013 meeting in Nairobi, the Archbishop of Rwanda, Onesphore Rwaje talked about the relationship of the revival to the 1994 genocide.1 He says: …and I don’t know whether it is one of the questions you would like to ask me, let me… Continue reading Archbishop Rwaje on the East African Revival and the 1994 Genocide
In a letter to the Emperor, St. Ambrose says to Roman Emperor Theodosius: Should I keep silence? But then my conscience would be bound, my utterance taken away, which would be the most wretched condition of all. And where would be that text? If the priest speak not to him that erreth, he who errs shall… Continue reading Human Rights in Rwanda, 2014
One year ago, Rwandan dictator and atheist Paul Kagame attended the annual National Prayer Breakfast in Kigali, where he gloated in his assassination of former friend Patrick Karegeya. Karegeya had been murdered just a couple weeks prior to the prayer breakfast, and Kagame was riding high on his death. He shared a table with Anglican Archbishop Rwaje, and… Continue reading Anglican Presence at Rwanda’s 2015 National Prayer Breakfast
“Though they know God’s righteous decree that those who practice such things deserve to die, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them.” Church of the Resurrection, a Washington D.C. parish of PEAR USA, is hosting Rwandan Anglican Antoine Rutayisire on April 29th and 30th to discuss “a biblical vision for… Continue reading D.C. Church Hosts Dictator’s Associate Antoine Rutayisire