For decades the UMC has struggled with the place of doctrine in the life of the church. What should United Methodists believe, and why should we believe these things? How should we react when church members, clergy, and even bishops reject the core tenets of the historic Christian faith? ]] and ]] talk about the collapse of doctrine in the UMC, the importance of its recovery, and why they wrote a catechism for their recent book, ]].
This looks just interesting — AND NEEDED — enough to step foot into Ohio for.