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The wars about sexual minorities begins in the smaller churches

The Mennonite Church USA (MC-USA) is the result of the union of two predecessor churches in 2002. There has been tension in the Church since the union in 2002 with regard to human sexuality. After about 15 years of union, the Mennonite Church USA is disintegrating as various churches pull out of the parent denomination.

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The Irish Legal Times has jumped the gun about Scottish Piskies

Yesterday we reported that the Irish Legal Times had announced that the Scottish Episcopal Church was on track to become the first UK church to allow same gender marriages. This isn’t true however, as the Unitarians, the Quakers and the Metropolitan Community Churches in the UK already allow marriage equality, although they are all smaller bodies than the Scottish Episcopal Church.

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The Latter-day Saint Apostle vs the Rowan County KY Clerk

Dallin H Oaks was invited to speak on 20 OCT at the 2nd Annual Sacramento Court/Clergy Conference held at Congregation B’nai Israel in Sacramento CA. During his presentation he never mentioned Kim Davis by name, but there was no question about whom he spoke regarding the behavior of public officials;

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Graphic of the week

The Public Religion Research Institute publishes a graphic of the week. This week they are tracking the percentage of residents of each state in favor of legal marriage for same gender couples.

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Same gender marriage not likely in the Church in Wales

The Governing Body of the Church in Wales sat for a vote on same gender marriage on Thursday, 1 SEP 2015. The Body voted by a majority in favor of same gender marriage. However, the majorities in each section of the Body were less than the required 2/3s majority needed to change canon law.

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