The Rev. Stan Copeland contends that United Methodist centrists are those who don’t want to see the denomination split, and who hold out the promise of church unity through their welcome of many perspectives.
Concluding his critique of the Indianapolis Plan to divide The United Methodist Church, the Rev. Dr. Stan Copeland focuses on the lack of Central Conferences’ representation in its drafting.
The Rev. Dr. Stan Copeland asks who the Indianapolis Plan truly represents and examines its various claims for United Methodism’s future.
Rev. Stan Copeland of Uniting Methodists urges General Conference to find a more charitable, prayerful response to UMC unity than that posed recently by Dr. Maxie Dunnam of the Confessing Movement.