Court: One Church Plan Largely Constitutional

Traditional Plan Has Multiple Problems, Says Court

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There were problems with both plans

Please be honest. There were problems with the One Church Plan too.

Sandra 261 days ago

Who said it would be easy or clear cut

To bring a church into alignment with a single doctrine when it has been the better part of a century since its leadership decided what the church collectively is more important than what it collectively believes. Good news is Christianity of the Methodist/Wesleyan persuasion--will never be stopped nor silenced. At its best, it instills a robust belief in God at work in individual lives which then produces robust works. It is Christianity with all the power of God behind it.

betsy 264 days ago


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