Gender of God in Christianity - Inclusive Language - Metropolitan Community Church

Metropolitan Community Church

The Metropolitan Community Church encourages inclusive language and uses "God - our Parent-Creator", "Jesus Christ the only begotten son of God", and "the Holy Spirit" in its Statement of Faith to refer to the three persons of the Trinity.

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