United Methodist Church Rejects Value of Pluralism

United Methodist Church Rejects Value of Pluralism

Bishop Jack Tuell

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During its General Conference in St. Louis, the United Methodist Church formally rejects the notion or value of pluralism.

Bishop Jack Tuell declares:

"The time has come to say the last rites over the notion that the defining characteristic of United Methodist theology is pluralism."

This is just one of many examples of Protestant groups in America turning towards more conservative theological, social, and political stances.

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