(ACNS) Archbishop Tutu defends Malawi's Bishop Tengatenga

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is one of fourteen signatories to an article in Living Church magazine entitled Defending Bishop Tengatenga.

The article highlighted what the fourteen said was a “gross injustice” to Bishop of Southern Malawi James Tengatenga whose job offer was withdrawn by New Hampshire’s Dartmouth College following complaints made by some students and staff….

“The President’s decision brought applause from some in the Dartmouth community,” it said. “Others were appalled, as are we. The action represents a gross injustice to an individual who would have made an ideal person to provide moral and ethical leadership at the College.

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One comment on “(ACNS) Archbishop Tutu defends Malawi's Bishop Tengatenga

  1. Pageantmaster Ù† says:

    I am sure Tengatenga will be grateful for this endorsement.