March 7, 2016

February Newsletter 2016

2016 has officially begun, and the new year has been filled with challenges that have the potential to become exciting opportunities. Change is on the horizon in our country and we at IAM are working to make sure that the change is positive.At the start of this month we hosted […]
March 2, 2016

Archbishop to Far Right: Navigating the Marriage Issue

The beginning of the year has seen some important moves, both forward and backward, for the Anglican Church. On January the 15th, 2016 the global Anglican communion was brought together by the leader of their faith, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, so that the church might prevent further fracturing. […]
January 29, 2016

The Problem of Sex

Popular imagination tells us that if there is anything to be learned from the history of psychoanalysis and psychology, it’s that sex and our minds are intertwined in a complex web of tensions. South Africa’s national psychology then, serves as a case study in hyperbole. South Africa has some of […]
December 10, 2015

Ek is gay en was ‘n predikant

(Geskryf deur Gert Janse van Rensburg) Geagte Leser Dis met moedeloosheid en ook ‘n diepe teleurstelling dat ek weer die afgelope paar weke die media dophou en oor en oor lees oor die sogenaamde “sensitiewe” vraagstuk oor gay mense in die kerk en binne die Christelike geloof. Party brawe persone […]
December 10, 2015

An open letter to the Body of Christ.

An open letter to the Body of Christ – written by Arnold Msibi Motsau I write this letter in an attempt give a few of my reflections on how my body has experienced your body. This letter is a matter of body’s receiving pleasure and being denied pleasure. I write unashamedly […]
December 10, 2015

“Was this a fair deal?”

“Was this a fair deal?” In the case of Rev Ecclesia de Lange VS The Methodist Church of Southern Africa (MCSA) in the Appeal Court 26th August 2014 – The Impressions of Rev Pieter Oberholzer, an observer. “Yesterday was an extraordinary overwhelming experience for me. It was my first time […]