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 more than 1 year 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 more than 1 year ago


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   Retired Bishop William Willimon“Part of being in a church is to be with people that you don’t agree with and many of whom you don’t like. As a bishop, I should be the person saying, ‘I’m going to make it as hard as I can for [this division to occur].’”

– Retired Bishop Will Willimon, quoted in the Duke Chronicle, the student newspaper of UMC-related Duke University.

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