August 2, 2013
Dr Myles Munroe
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RELIGIOUS Leader Dr Myles Munroe said yesterday that while he supports the upcoming referendum on gender equality, the government should have “left the date open” and “let the people decide” when they are ready to vote rather than set a fixed date.
BAHAMAS Faith Ministries President Dr Myles Munroe said he is still undecided whether he will support the government’s proposed constitutional referendum.
THE discussion between popular preacher Dr Myles Munroe and Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell has been an interesting one. Interesting only because it is fascinating watching someone with a bigoted position attempt to maintain their civility while still holding fast to their bigotry.
DR MYLES Munroe extended an olive branch to Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell yesterday, inviting Mr Mitchell to meet with him and clear the air concerning their recent disagreement.
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell warned Dr Myles Munroe yesterday “not to mess” with him, charging that “just because someone sits on a pulpit and hides behind theology does not give them the right to make vile, slanderous statements”.
RELIGIOUS leaders were up in arms yesterday over claims that recent amendments to the Sexual Offenses Act have essentially outlawed marital rape.
BAHAMIAN pastor has branded as ‘reckless’ Pope Francis’s decision to tell the media that he would not judge priests if they were gay.