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Openness, acceptance and support that enables all persons to participate in the life of the church, the community and the world. Thus, inclusiveness denies every semblance of discrimination. The mark of an inclusive society is one in which people are open, accepting and supportive of all other persons, enabling them to participate fully in the life of the church, the community and the world. In The United Methodist Church, inclusiveness means the freedom for total involvement of all persons in the membership and leadership of the church at all levels and in every place, provided their participation meets the requirements of The United Methodist Book of Discipline.
- társadalmi integráció
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