I’d add, what specifically is Mr Warren praising him regarding? Did you really find that the Saddleback church’s ministry in Africa had no good effects? What was the nature of their ministry in Uganda?
Which you didn’t answer either.
Are you saying his “occasional” (in scare quotes because you have have no accounting at all in your remarks about Mr Ssempa a comparison of his good vs “non-good” works and how that might fall.
How is it defensible. Well, it looks like the Warren/Ssampa connection regards facilitation of care to orphans and children affected by HIV/AIDS in Uganda. How is that not defensible might be a better question.]]>
Nope. I wondered how it could be defensible. I’m still wondering.
The question I posed, and Mr Kuznicki has failed to address, is to ask is why he discounts aid to HIV infected orphans because Mr Ssempa has a belief in witchcraft, i.e., if one’s beliefs (intentions) aren’t pure … does that discount one’s deeds, i.e., facilitating aid to orphans?
First, you never posed this question before, so I couldn’t possibly have answered it. Second, I most certainly can still find Mr. Ssempa a dangerous madman, and an unreliable public health advocate, even if he still occasionally does good works.]]>