(Re)framing the UMC Separation Question in the Local Church

by Chris Ritter Do you still kick your dog? Circle one:    YES     NO  Not all questions are fairly stated. That is why we have learned to be wary of surveys. Responses to leading/loaded questions can be distilled into “data” that appear so definite. As Mark Twain popularized, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned […]

(Re)framing the UMC Separation Question in the Local Church

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