The WCA is Just an Insurance Policy in Case Their #UMC takeover Fails



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Then they are doing exactly what they set out to do. I prefer fixing The UMC. Leaving is plan b. The progressives prefer splitting The UMC and suing for property.

Kevin 1 day ago

You are absolutely right

First a disclaimer: Even though I am a traditional, I am not part of the WCA, I feel no loyalty to them and I do not in any way support them. I simply observe them like I simply observe progressives. I do prefer their theology over yours.

From the get-go the WCA has made it very plain that their first goal was to try and return The UMC to its true theological roots and, failing that, Plan B was be to set up a new denomination. I have yet to hear what plan B progressives have if they fail to "Take over #UMC". You sound like you feel threatened so maybe you need to consider an alternative plan. I am curious, when two conflicting mind sets are trying to inhabit the same "space", what other outcome is there than one finally gains control?

betsy 2 days ago

WCA opposed to people?

I see the WCA in support of people listening to God rather than their feelings. That is especially true of sexuality. To tell people they are not sinning, when they are is not truthful, loving or leading people to the light of Christ. Worst of all, it traps them in sin and so much in need of a Savior.

Skipper 3 days ago


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