Thus far I have seen that Bishop Tutu has called for Mugabe's ouster in Zimbabwe, as President Sarkozy of France has also done. Well done for both those gents. I would call for it too if anybody cared. But I have not yet seen that Bishop N.T. Wright has taken this necessary step, although I may have missed it. If he has, can anyone point me to the place? If he has not, can anyone explain it to me, since we know from Wright's teaching that the ethics of the Good Samaritan apply to African countries straight across simpliciter?
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