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Reconciliation MCC to offer Bible study

By |2018-01-16T05:18:19-05:00September 1st, 2005|News|

GRAND RAPIDS – Reconciliation Metropolitan Community Church will hold a study about “what the Bible does and does not say about homosexuality” for six weeks beginning Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m.
Reverend Dan Bennett, pastor of the church, said that the study is an opportunity to correct misinformation.
“One of the reasons we’re holding the event is that a number of people have been told that the Bible says things that it doesn’t say about homosexuality,” Bennett said.
During the course of the series, participants will look at the Biblical passages that have been misinterpreted as condemning homosexuality. (For a further discussion of the issue, see “The new face of gay-allied activism” )
Reconciliation MCC is located at 3864 Benjamin NE in Grand Rapids. For more information call 616-364-7633.

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