Two Pittsburgh pastors explain how the PCUSAs decades-long discussion on sexuality and the clergy led to a recent vote to allow the ordination of church members who identify as LGBTQ. Within the Presbyterian Church to talk about sexuality, sexual orientation has always been difficult, says Rev. Randall Bush of East Liberty Presbyterian Church. Bush explains that in 1978, a gay man who felt called to ministry posed the question to church officials, setting in motion a series of rulings and decisions, and discussions.

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