United Methodist Figureheads Seek Arrest…Again

by (@bjgingerich) February 17, 2014

Bishop Carcaño, no stranger to liberal political activism, announced, “We are willing to be arrested in front of the White House to tell the president that compassion on immigration starts with the stroke of his pen.”

Maxie Dunnam: Is Bishop Carcaño Really Following Bishop Kennedy?

by (@TheIRD) February 3, 2014

Rev. Dr. Maxie Dunnam is a longtime, prominent leader of evangelical renewal efforts in United Methodism who we have been privileged to know as a brother and a friend. Later parts of his career included serving as president of Asbury Theological Seminary, world editor of “The Upper Room” devotionals, president of the World Methodist Council, […]

Bishop Minerva Carcaño Calls for Family-Focused Immigration Reform

by (@TheIRD) February 14, 2013

(Photo credit: United Methodist Church) By Aaron Gaglia (@GagliaAC) Last Sunday, February 10th, United Methodism’s Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Lincoln University held an Immigration Vigil in Kresge Chapel. This event was held to highlight the importance that new federal immigration legislation includes family unification. United Methodist Bishop Minerva Carcaño of the California-Pacific Annual […]

Has the United Methodist Hierarchy Become Radicalized?

by (@TheIRD) January 18, 2013

By John Lomperis While less high-profile among the general United Methodist public than other major leadership bodies within the denomination, the central coordinating body known as the Connectional Table (CT), which on Thursday concluded its first meeting of the 2013-2016 quadrennium, is a very important group. It is the only group meeting regularly between general […]

UM Bishop Joins Gay Rights Anti-Marriage Press Conference on Capitol Hill

by (@TheIRD) May 27, 2011

Eric LeMasters May 27, 2011 Bishop Minerva Carcano is making her rounds and backing divisive issues.   A droning, meditative chant to the “Buddha of infinite life and light” introduced the Human Rights Campaign’s “Clergy Call” May 24 press conference, ending a two day gathering of religious activists urging Congress to repeal the Defense of […]

Religiously Marching for Immigration

by (@markdtooley) March 26, 2010

The following article originally appeared on the American Spectator website, and is reproduced with permission.   Overshadowed by the Obamacare vote, tens of thousands marched on the National Mall on Sunday March 21 for “Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR),” including numerous religious groups. Called the “March for America,” sponsors included immigrants groups and labor unions, as well as […]

Faith in Open Borders

by (@markdtooley) March 11, 2010

The following article originally appeared on the FrontPage Magazine website, and is reproduced with permission.   Joining with groups like ACORN, a wide coalition of religious left groups will march on Washington, D.C. on March 21 on behalf of eventual amnesty and largely open borders under the rubric of Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR). The National […]