“If we must have an enemy at the head of Government, let it be one whom we can oppose, and for whom we are not responsible, who will not involve our party in the disgrace of his foolish and bad measures.”
- Alexander Hamilton. Spiritual father of #NeverTrump
the United Methodist General Conference went on record in support of the work of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.
The General Conference does speak for the United Methodist Church.
How General Conference Works UMC.orgGeneral Conference meets every four years and is the only entity that speaks for The United Methodist Church.
[/quote]United Methodist General Conference went on record in support of the work of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.[/quote]
No, what they did was affirm the involvement of the Board of church and society based on the fact that the principles of the RCRC are non-binding. But as I said, this was already pointed out to you, and why it needs to be recovered because the data was lost, is beyond me
Try reading the Bolded Quote again:Originally Posted by Dr. ChucKles=
Support for the Religious Coalition for Reproductive ChoiceTherefore, be it resolved, that the United Methodist 2004 General Conference go on record in support of the work of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, and
2) As various other documents you posted previously indicated, and you seemingly are intent in ignoring, the reason the various boards could be members of the RCRC was due to the fact that the RCRC is not binding on the various members of the organization and welcome a variety of positions from faith organizations on abortion. In this instance it was clearly "legal in the context of health risks to the mother.
PS it's really the height of dishonesty acting as if these points were not previously covered.
It doesn't matter to me what their affiliation or motive is. Anyone that would do something like this needs to be removed from society.