United Methodist Church Prepares to Split Over Gay Marriage, LGBT Ordination

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The United Methodist Church unveiled a plan for a new conservative denomination  — ending years of attacks by radical sex and gender revolutionaries.

LGBT activists have demanded the United Methodist Church reject the teachings of the Bible on marriage and homosexuality — to accommodate their lifestyle choices.

The traditional Methodist denomination would continue to follow the teachings of the Bible regarding marriage and ordination. The other denomination would ignore the teachings of the Bible on marriage and LGBT ordination.

“The solution that we received is a welcome relief to the conflict we have been experiencing,” Rev. Thomas Berlin told The New York Times. “I am very encouraged that the United Methodist Church found a way to offer a resolution to a long conflict.”

The Human Rights Campaign, a militant LGBT group, called the schism an “opportunity for the Church to make amends and reconcile with its LGBTQ family.”
“Ultimately, the Church’s decision to split leaves many LGBTQ Methodists who want to be fully included in the life of the Church in limbo, trying to determine their place in a Church that has still not embraced them,” HRC’s Michael Vazquez, told CNN in a statement.
The United Methodist Church should be more concerned about reconciling with God — insteading of the sex and gender revolutionaries.

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