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United Methodists to Debate Allowing Gay Clergy and Marriage Equality

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Religion News Service
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April 25, 2012
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Gay rights activists argue that the UMC must become more inclusive to attract young Americans who view the sexuality prohibitions as hypocritical. Conservatives counter that only churches that hold fast to traditional doctrines are growing. United Methodists who support gay rights have proposed about 100 resolutions this year that would lift the bans and excise the “incompatible” phrase from the Book of Discipline. Leading up to General Conference, they argued that momentum is on their side.

GLAAD is on the ground, supporting the Love Your Neighbor campaign, calling for a more inclusive United Methodist Church.