GC Shorts — To Welcome the Stranger

United Methodists gather to protest deportations and support the welfare of immigrants and refugees to the United States in an immigration rally on May 13, 2016.

Wes Magruder

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The United Methodist Reporter wants to encourage lively conversation about The United Methodist Church and our articles in the belief that Christian conversation (what Wesley would call conferencing) is a means of grace. While we support passionate debate, we cannot allow language that demeans or demonizes others, and we reserve the right to delete any comment we believe to be harmful or inappropriate. We encourage all to remember that we are all broken and in need of Christ's grace, and that we all see through the glass darkly until that time we when reach full perfection in love. May your speech here be tempered with love, and reflection of the fruits of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. After all, "There is no law against things like this." (Galatians 5:22-23)
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Ronald Reeves

Concerning human sexuality and a host of other issues, I’ve not yet heard the question: What is the core of Christian faith? And what falls under Wesley’s advice to his Catholic friend “to think and let think?”

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