Netherlands' Evangelical Lutheran Church Rules Lesbians & Gays Can Serve as Pastors

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Netherlands rules that lesbians and gays can serve as pastors, becoming the first European Christian denomination to do so.

Many other Protestant churches in Europe will issue similar rulings in the following decades.

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