Good, and surprising news  from the United Methodist Church

For 40 years the United Methodist Church has supported the Supreme Court’s infamous Roe v. Wade decision – that is, until last week.
Delegates of the country’s third-largest religious body voted 445 to 310 to repeal the official resolution supporting the case establishing a constitutional “right” to abortion during its General Conference. They also voted to sever its affiliation with the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC), an interfaith organization co-founded by the United Methodist Church.
The RCRC advocates for abortion without restrictions – the legal killing of any pre-born child for any reason at any point during pregnancy. The group even supports partial-birth and sex-selection abortion, and promotes rituals to bless the work of abortion clinics.
You can begin to see why it’s big news for the UMC to take two big leaps towards a complete pro-life position. Pregnant, abortion-minded women within the Methodist denomination may now reconsider their decision.

( The United Methodist Church’s Surprising Announcement  )

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