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A short conversation with Jack Jackson from Claremont School of Theology who is helping a group of seminary students learn the ins and outs of the United Methodist Church.

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I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve been stopped when cross the naked public square by someone who asks, “Can you direct me to someone who can teach me UM polity and GC procedures.” I’m so bothered by these questioners I’m going to start dressing like an Hasidic Jew. Maybe I’ll just get questions about diamonds. Thank you, Richard F Hicks, OKC

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Richard, this is not an appropriate comment. Please edit it. Thank you.

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