As a Christian minister, I share my call to speak in favor of marriage equality. I deeply respect that not everyone is of the same mind.
One of the wonderful things about being a United Methodist is our determination to make room for diverse opinions in our congregations even when it is difficult. When considering a controversial issue, we use a thoughtful faith process that honors our interpretation of Scripture, our sense of reason, our deep traditions and our personal experience of God. In the end, we believe that God’s grace is so pure and encompassing that anything that attempts to limit or control this love must be transformed. It is our moral imperative to act for the common good.
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