Adam Hamilton suggests that incompatibility language in the life of the church “doesn’t serve us well.” He thinks that inclusiveness in the church is viewed differently by different generations. “This is the issue for many young adults…if we’re not careful our failure to recognize the difference of opinion in the church is eventually going to leave many in the next generation looking for another church somewhere else.”
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Outcome of General Conference bittersweet
United Methodist traditionalists say General Conference vote was best way forward for denomination, but it probably means a split is coming.
Denomination’s future under discussion — quietly
Conflict over homosexuality, unresolved by GC2019, prompts allies and opponents to talk afresh about options.
Seminary leaders stress inclusiveness after GC2019
Leaders of most U.S. United Methodist theological schools say the passing of the Traditional Plan won’t change their policies of inclusion.