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Thu 13 Dec 2018 @ 17:00

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Surrendering My Ordination

Standing Up for Gay and Lesbian Inclusivity in The United Methodist Church

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ISBN-13: 9780664264178
Published: 04/09/2018
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In May 2017, after sixty years as an ordained United Methodist minister, Rev. J. Philip Wogaman surrendered his ordination, choosing to exit a community of clergy who will not allow an openly gay person to join. By surrendering his ordination, he chose to join the group of devoted Christians outside the clergy who welcomed gay and lesbian individuals. Beginning with an examination of ordination and what is means theologically, ethically, and pastorally, Wogaman then describes the action itself and its aftermath. Surrendering My Ordination also explores how The United Methodist Church can move forward, beyond the polarized present situation found in many contemporary Christian churches.
Author Information

J. Philip Wogaman

J. Philip Wogaman is Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary, past President of the American Theological Society, past President of the Society of Christian Ethics, and past President of the Interfaith Alliance. He is the former Senior Pastor at Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington, DC, and is the author of many books, including Moral Dilemmas: An Introduction to Christian Ethics and What Christians Can Learn from Other Religions.

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Thu 13 Dec 2018 @ 17:00

"Overall this book is an excellent read. It's raw and redemptive, and explores a number of matters - not least fait… https://t.co/aooF24c70o