Gay clergy debate: Lutherans bowed but not broken
Published 09/03/2010, Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
A year ago, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America held a close and controversial vote that opened its doors to non-celibate gay clergy. Disappointed opponents predicted a fracture that would cause 1,000 congregations to withdraw.Word count: 625
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