unofficial cm page


News


West Virginia Conference Questionaire for Potential GC2000 Delegates


(Please do not answer questions you don't understand.)

( ) Yes ( ) No 1. Do you view the Bible as the complete, unchangeable Word of God?
( ) Yes ( ) No 2. Do you believe that God is today providing ongoing revelation replacing the traditional and/or historic interpretation of the Bible and thus changing the core beliefs of the Christian faith?
( ) Yes ( ) No 3. Which do you believe should guide United Methodists in their faith and practice the most, (A) The Book of Discipline or (B) the Bible?
( ) Yes ( ) No 4. Would you support resolutions to change The Book of Discipline or the ritual of the United Methodist Chruch to identify the experience of Baptism as the means of the new birth and entrance into full membership of the Church?
( ) Yes ( ) No 5. Would you support resolutions to change The Book of Discipline to require homosexuality to be fully accepted in the United Methodist Church? (Including, but not limited to, ordination, appointment in ministry, marriage or covenant unions, adoption of children, etc.)
( ) Yes ( ) No 6. Would you support resolutions for the United Methodist Church to engage fully in the plan of Council on Church Union to participate in the ordination of homosexual ministers and i recognizing the presently ordained homosexual ministers of other denominations that are involved in the actions of the Council on Church Union?
( ) Yes ( ) No 7. Would you support resolutions calling for responsible accountability and disclosure on the use of funds and the practices of financial investments by boads, committees and agencies of the United Methodist Church?
( ) Yes ( ) No 8. Would you support resolutions calling for reductions and/or changes in the apportionment system of the United Methodist Church?
( ) Yes ( ) No 9. Would you support resolutions clearly limiting abortion?
( ) Yes ( ) No 10. Do you think the UM church in the United States should remain an official part of World Methodism with the Central Conferences?

<Back to News