Methodist delegates from around the world are gathering in Tampa, FL, for the General Conference of the United Methodist Church. This meeting happens every four years, and it's the only opportunity to revise the Book of Discipline, which governs the denomination on every level.
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Matthew Vines grew up attending a conservative Presbyterian church in Wichita, Kansas. He went to Harvard University, but after two years decided to take a leave of absence so that he could study the Bible and homosexuality.
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