Mainline Denominations

More Non-Evangelicals Are Calling Themselves Born Again

"It almost seems counterintuitive. While significant portions of the country jettison religion, others are increasingly identifying with a more devout expression of the faith. Across segments of Christianity—not just evangelical Protestants—Americans are heeding the scriptural call that “you must be born again” (John 3:7), even when the label has not historically been part of their faith traditions." - Christianity Today

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David French explains how Pete Buttigieg's Mainline Protestant faith differs from evangelical faith

"...the Mainline vision of salvation is alien to the Evangelical mind. Without diving in depth into each of the 'Five Solas' of the Reformation, most Evangelical Protestants understand salvation not through works of compassion but rather through faith alone, by the grace of God alone, working through the atoning sacrifice of Christ alone." - The Dispatch

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United Methodist Church Western Jurisdiction Will Not Comply With Traditional Plan

"At a Council of Bishops meeting on November 6, the five active Western Jurisdiction bishops announced a Safe Harbor Declaration for LGBTQ clergy. Saying they’re 'haunted by the actions of the 2019 Special General Conference....We do not believe The United Methodist Church has the authority or the power to impose limits on the movement of God’s Holy Spirit in the lives of God’s beloved LGBTQ+ children.” - Church Leaders

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Advocacy group proposal for United Methodist Church General Conference: split UMC into four new denominations

"UM-Forward submitted their proposal called the New Expressions Worldwide Plan.... introduced as a way to resolve the years-long divisive debate within the UMC over the mainline Protestant denomination’s stance on LGBT issues." - Christian Post

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United Methodists float plans to split denomination after LGBTQ vote

"The UMC’s General Conference 2020, to be held in May in Minneapolis, will consider the structure of what church leaders hope can be an amicable, and orderly, breakup of a worldwide church that is the second largest Protestant denomination in the United States." - RNS

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Hundreds of congregations joining conservative United Methodist association

“Through the [Wesleyan Covenant Association], they are connected to other like-minded congregations for community and encouragement,” he explained. “They receive analysis of the issues facing the UM Church and advocacy through the WCA on those issues.” - Christian Post

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