The Connectional Table Votes to Submit Legislation Proposal Related to Homosexuality

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Participants listen to Fred Brewington debate inclusiveness in The United Methodist Church in relation lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals during the fall Connectional Table meeting. This meeting took place Nov. 18-20 at the United Methodist Board of Discipleship in Nashville, Tenn. A UMNS photo by Kathleen S. Barry.

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  1. […] The Connectional Table’s “Third Way” is the latest incremental expression of change—a step toward The United Methodist Church living fully into God’s inclusive embrace. However, a compromise that continues to sanction discrimination against LGBTQ persons cannot be the end of the story. It is only an indicator, alongside so many other events over the last few years, that God has indeed, already settled this matter. God’s justice will be born among us – in fullness and in uncompromising delight in LGBTQ persons. […]

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