Practice the #UMC Covenant Before You Prosecute

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Tu quoque fallacy

This argument is the tu quoque, the logical fallacy that there must be something wrong with your argument because you don't act consistently. While parts of the author's statements may have validity, none take away from the fact that progressives who conduct same sex weddings, or non celibate homosexuals in the United Methodist Church are acting without integrity and contrary to the Bible and the Book of Discipline. Saying "physician, heal thyself" does not mean the patient isn't still sick. In Christ, the enemy hates clarity

the enemy hates clarity 89 days ago

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