April 16, 2012

What Happened to Methodist Doctrine?

Andrew Thompson, United Methodist Portal

There should be few things more offensive to Methodists with regard to their tradition than the oft-repeated and vacuous claim that it is “not doctrinal.” 

This ill-informed opinion (often spoken by other Methodists) is flatly wrong. And given that we are on the verge of a General Conference—where doctrinal decisions are made in abundance—it’s helpful for us to look at just how central a role doctrine plays in our church.

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