The United Methodist Church is putting a delay on the creation of a commission meant to analyze and possibly suggest changes to the denomination's position on homosexuality.
Earlier this year at their General Conference, UMC delegates approved a resolution that created a commission that would review the Church's positions on homosexuality and gay marriage.
According to the United Methodist Book of Discipline, homosexuality is labeled "incompatible with Christian teaching" and marriage is defined as being between one man and one woman.
Over the past several years, the mainline denomination has experienced much internal debate over whether to amend the Book of Discipline's language to be more pro-LGBT.
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My thoughts: I don't believe that this church needs to analyze or suggest any changes to the Word of God! What is wrong with churches today? Are they going to follow the Word of God or are they going to take the "mark of the beast" and worship Satan and his homosexual doctrine?
Maybe they need to study the Word of God and pay close attention to Ephesians 6: 10-18 instead of living in fear and what others think about them when it comes to the Word of God about Homosexuality.