What are Southern Baptists, Roman Catholics, United Methodists and others saying about the Boy Scouts action?
LCMS issues statement on Boy Scouts of America policy change to allow openly homosexual adults to serve as scoutmasters or leaders in any capacity.
The Boy Scouts of America’s announcement that it is lifting its ban on gay Scout leaders “raises concern for many LCMS congregations,” say the Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison and the Rev. Bart Day.
The free event, Nov. 7 at Concordia Theological Seminary, is open to pastors and laypeople.
“Jesus and the Law in the Gospel of Mark” is the topic of the one-day event at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
Among conservatives, the drop-off has been especially sharp: Just 45 percent view Francis favorably today, as opposed to 72 percent a year ago.
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- Religious groups react to Boy Scouts’ vote to drop ban on gay adults July 28, 2015
- LCMS Statement on Boy Scouts of America Policy Change July 28, 2015
- Harrison, Day on Boy Scouts action: ‘It is a sad day’ July 28, 2015
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