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How might United Methodists bear witness to graceful and mutually respectful ways of living in the Wesleyan tradition amid enduring disagreements about same-gender relationships and related church practices? The seventeen essays in this book describe different views on this question at a particular moment in the life of The United Methodist Church.
The contributors engage the question by asking themselves:
- How do I approach this question in light of my particular social location?
- What do I believe is most at stake, most at risk, and most needed at this time in the life of The UMC?
- How does my understanding of scripture and our theological task shape how I envision how we might best live into the future?
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Abingdon Press
|Publication Date: 2018|
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