Sunday, August 23, 2009


The ELCA convention resulted in a vote allowing gay members of the clergy, even in relationships. Past decisions stated they had to be "celibate" to be clergy.

I guess there are many mixed reactions, and as a conservative I myself am not sure how I feel immediately.

Just one question: how would you even know if they were in a "committed relationship," celibate, or (fill in the blank here_________)???

1 comment:

Shane and Casey said...

ELCA lost any credibility with this decision. The Bible makes it pretty clear that homosexuality is a sin. They are either trying to reinterpret the scripture (a dangerous road to travel) or are essentially saying that you can pick and choose which parts of the Bible you want to believe (a much more dangerous road to travel).