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BBC World News interview: Dr Srinivasan on Archbishop of Canterbury citing Africa and South Sudan in gay marriage debate

last modified Apr 07, 2014 12:31 PM
4th April 2014

In an LBC Radio interview on 4 April, The Rev Justin Welby, Archibishop of Canterbury cited threat to Christians in Africa if CoE supported gay marriage in the UK. In particular he said he stood by a grave with 369 bodies in South Sudan recently, where it was said the killers threatened "if we leave a Christian community here we will all be made to become homosexual and so we will kill all the Christians." Dr Srinivasan responded to this specific piece of evidence and the more general argument, as well as to questions on religion and politics, and challenges for the Church in African and Sudan/South Sudan. 

Watch the interview here:

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