UCCP Constitutional Inadequacy and Theological Expediency

The UCCP Constitutional Inadequacy and Theological Expediency.  Let’s come and discuss this with sobriety and objectivity thinking that what we say are precious words that aim to unite the divided, clarify the vague picture, and rectify the misleading path.


UCCP constitutional inadequacy

We refer to the insufficiency of the UCCP Constitution and By-Laws to guide us in the management and stewardship of all the properties entrusted to us.  Interpretation can be varied depending on the one who interprets it.  This lope-hole is to be blamed and the cause of misunderstanding and chaos to the leadership and the organization as a whole.

The theological expediency

This is a practical understanding and view of how we manage and develop our properties on the basis of our faith in God. It may be the most practical and advantageous step yet it may not be morally right. 

These two sides, UCCP constitutional inadequacy, and theological expediency come with different interpretations and assertions so judgments clash.

Your own Opinion Matters

Is there really a UCCP Constitutional inadequacy and theological expediency?

What do you think is the best way for a member like you and me should do to help enlighten the UCCP membership instead of igniting emotions that divide us? 

If there is constitutional inadequacy, what part of the Constitution and By-Laws should be amended?  If there is theological expediency where does it reside or to whom it lurks?

Please help me clear my mind.  I’m sure if you have done it to me you’ve helped others too that your opinion reaches. 

All opinions shared here are not concealed for this is an open site.  However, I will moderate all comments so in times I’m not available all will be stored until it will be approved.

You are free to state your valuable constructive and best opinion for best resolution of the issue engulfing the UCCP by using the comment below.

Thank you for your valuable idea.  May God bless us!

UCCP Constitutional Inadequacy and Theological Expediency