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Dr. Bernard Malango Amos

Member

Lambeth Commission on Communion

Lambeth Commission on Communion

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Modern Churchpeople's Union

Head

Anglican Church of Central Africa

Bishop

Upper Shire

Anglican Bishop

Central Africa

Bishop

Affiliations

Member
Modern Churchpeople's Union

Web References (41 Total References)


Stronger Action Needed, Say Global Anglican Leaders - Christianity Today Magazine

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The Windsor Report "represents a genuine way forward for the future of the Anglican Communion," states Bernard Malango, a member of the Lambeth Commission.

"If the recommendations of our report are not taken seriously, then the question of our future together in the Anglican Communion will remain, and greater division may result," said Malango, head of the Anglican Church of Central Africa, which includes Botswana, Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Zambia.


Newspaper suggests Africans set to found splinter Anglican church - news from ekklesia

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"We've had enough," the Archbishop of Central Africa, Bernard Malango, said last week.

...
The Rev Nick Henderson has two parishes in west London and Malango asked him to confirm that he subscribes to the Creed, the Bible and the Thirty-Nine Articles and "fashions his own life and his household according to the doctrine of Christ".
Until recently, he was chairman of the Modern Churchpeople's Union, which is a leading liberal forum for "open and informed theological comment in the Church of England and the Anglican Communion".
Henderson is unmarried and shares his vicarage with a male lodger, who is organist at one of his churches.In a letter to Henderson, Malango said: "It has been reported that you currently live with a male lodger.Because of reports of your advocacy of the gay and lesbian movement, I am constrained to ask a very awkward question."
Henderson was asked if he believed sexual intimacy should be restricted to within the marriage of one man and one woman.


News Item Sept 11, 2005

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"We've had enough," the Archbishop of Central Africa, Bernard Malango, said last week.

...
The Rev Nick Henderson has two parishes in west London and Malango asked him to confirm that he subscribes to the Creed, the Bible and the Thirty-Nine Articles and "fashions his own life and his household according to the doctrine of Christ".
Until recently, he was chairman of the Modern Churchpeople's Union, which is a leading liberal forum for "open and informed theological comment in the Church of England and the Anglican Communion".
Henderson is unmarried and shares his vicarage with a male lodger, who is organist at one of his churches.In a letter to Henderson, Malango said: "It has been reported that you currently live with a male lodger.Because of reports of your advocacy of the gay and lesbian movement, I am constrained to ask a very awkward question."
Henderson was asked if he believed sexual intimacy should be restricted to within the marriage of one man and one woman.


aijulam

www.anglican-information-archive.org [cached]

This latter would include previous Archbishop of the Central African Province the now retired and discredited Bernard Malango. Malango spent much of his final period as Archbishop charging round the world proclaiming schism, denouncing the Archbishop of Canterbury and infamously absolving his friend former Bishop of Harare, Nolbert Kunonga from serious legal allegations regarding 41 charges including incitement to murder. It was the now excommunicated Kunonga, and Malango who were prime movers in November 2005 in declaring the election (by overwhelming majority) of the Rev'd Nicholas Henderson as Bishop of Lake Malawi to be unapproved on the grounds that Henderson was of ,demonstrable unsound faith' because, as an academic, he had once been a member of the Modern Churchpeople's Union.


"He has actively demonstrated ...

www.malawidemocrat.com [cached]

"He has actively demonstrated that he was not of sound faith - that's what the Court of Confirmation decided," Archbishop emeritus Bernard Malango, who was the head of the Anglican Church in central Africa, said of Henderson's rejection.

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