Methodist Gay Marriage Debate Being Formally Considered by Court as LGTB Acceptance Grows

At The Huffington Post, Renee K. Gadoua of Religion News Service reports on the upcoming semiannual meeting of the United Methodist Church’s highest court and the growing number of clergy members opposed to the church doctrine against homosexuality. Gadoua writes, “The church law cannot change until the next quadrennial conference, in 2016. But at its meeting, the Judicial Council, the ‘Supreme Court’ of the United Methodist Church, will consider a number of related resolutions.”

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