There’s been an ongoing debate on social media and the pundit sphere about the moral equivalency of violent acts carried out by Christians in the past as opposed to the current climate of Islamic terrorism.from February revealed how American mainstream fundamentalist Christians – with ties to Republicans in Washington — are participating in a very real terror campaign against the gay populations of Africa, especially in Uganda.
Before his influential trip to East Africa, Mr Lively was best known for his 1995 book, The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party, which asserted that Hitler and other leading Nazis were gay, and that their homosexuality inspired German militarism and the Holocaust.
In March 2009, he spent five hours addressing the Ugandan parliament.
It commemorates Jesus Christ’s Passion, crucifixion and death, which is told in the Christian bible.
For centuries, doomsdayers and self-styled prophets have claimed to know about the end of the world, emphasizing that their version of the apocalypse will come true.
For his part, Mr Lively told The Independent that the widely circulate video of his seminar “was selectively edited by a gay activist…
It’s pure propaganda and not representative of my views.”Shortly after Mr Lively’s visit, Ugandan MP David Bahati introduced the first draft of the Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which included the death penalty for “serial offenders”.
Mr Williams’s film documents the involvement in Uganda of US pastors such as Lou Engle, a senior leader at IHOP, which has more than 1,000 staffers and a reported m (£18m) annual budget.
Many of its young missionaries are at work in Uganda today.
Among them was Mike Bickle, founder of the Kansas City-based International House of Prayer (IHOP).