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…With the liberal United Methodists in the United States 100% fixated on approving of sodomy-based marriages, the plans fell apart when the UMC delegation came from Africa. They would have nothing of it.

The Christian brothers came from Africa with backbones of steel and a firm resolve to stop the travesty from happening.

Pastor Jerry Kulah of Liberia told the press, “If the bans were eased, the church in Africa would cease to exist. We can’t do anything but to support the Traditional Plan — it is the biblical plan.”

Kulah said:

“We Africans are not children in need of western enlightenment when it comes to the church’s sexual ethics. We do not need to hear a progressive U.S. bishop lecture us about our need to “grow up”…

We are grounded in God’s word and the gracious and clear teachings of our church. On that we will not yield! We will not take a road that leads us from the truth! We will take the road that leads to the making of disciples of Jesus Christ for transformation of the world!…

Unfortunately, some United Methodists in the U.S. have the very faulty assumption that all Africans are concerned about is U.S. financial support. Well, I am sure, being sinners like all of you, some Africans are fixated on money.

But with all due respect, a fixation on money seems more of an American problem than an African one. We get by on far less than most Americans do; we know how to do it. I’m not so sure you do. So if anyone is so naïve or condescending as to think we would sell our birth right in Jesus Christ for American dollars, then they simply do not know us…

Please understand me when I say the vast majority of African United Methodists will never, ever trade Jesus and the truth of the Bible for money”.

The final vote was swung by the Africans 438-356 and ended in favour of the non-sodomists.