The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Kenyan constitution

Peter Karanja, head of the National Christian Council of Kenya, called for government leaders to revise a draft constitution that provides for Islamic courts, saying "they have no business being in the national constitution." Karanja said Christians fear that retaining Islamic courts as part of the constitution is a step toward Islamic rule. In Kenya, 80 percent are Christian and 10 percent are Muslim.


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