I’m sure there are other places where this comparative information can be found, but I appreciate what Joseph Slife at MethodistThinker.com has done with two recent posts. He takes the United Methodist Book of Discipline statements on specific topics and
Senator George McGovern was 90 years old when he died Sunday last. In some ways, it seems to me, Dr. McGovern (Ph.D. from Northwestern U.) was quintessentially United Methodist. Pondering how produces some worthwhile reflection about the church’s current identity
In the previous post I mentioned the Pew Research report on the growing number of people identifying themselves as having no religion (the “nones”). You can find the full report at (http://pewresearch.org/pubs/2377/unaffiliated-one-in-five-twenty-percent-americans-no-religion-spiritual-religious-prayer-religious-organizations). The Big Fact: “nones” number one in five.
The Call to Action Interim Operations Team of The United Methodist Church has issued its final report and has, I think, disbanded. I have recently read the account of their report in The United Methodist Reporter and I have seriously
Casey Pachall, star quarterback for TCU, has been suspended from play indefinitely by Coach Gary Patterson. Another brush with the law – this time a DWI arrrest – has apparently forced Coach Patterson’s hand. Dallasnews.com blogger, Mike Hashimoto, says of star