African bishop fired by Dartmouth over homosexuality views named fellow at U.S. divinity school
(Reuters) - In July, Bishop James Tengatenga was named as dean of the William Jewett Tucker Foundation at Dartmouth, which seeks to educate students at the Ivy League school for "lives of purpose and ethical leadership." But the New Hampshire school revoked the appointment amid an uproar over past remarks by Tengatenga regarding homosexuality.
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