The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released a statement expressing their support for the Boy Scouts of America after the youth organization voted to allow openly gay members.Released not long after the resolution to change the membership policy was passed on Thursday, the LDS statement spoke of the longstanding history between the church and the BSA."For the past 100 years, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has enjoyed a strong relationship with Boy Scouts of America, based on our mutual interest in helping boys and young men understand and live their duty to God and develop upright moral behavior," reads the statement."As the Church moves forward in its association with the Boy Scouts of America, Church leaders will continue to seek the most effective ways to address the diverse needs of young people in the United States and throughout the world."One of the largest sponsors of Boy Scout chapters, the LDS Church spoke of never excluding boys on the basis of sexual preferences but nevertheless expecting members to adhere to certain moral standards."Sexual orientation has not previously been – and is not now – a disqualifying factor for boys who want to join Latter-day Saint Scout troops.You can start meeting new friends within the hour and discover the real potential of your love life.
As a church family, we have been wading through these uncharted waters of shifting culture and social change," Canfield and Kelly add in their statement.
In addition to the LDS Church, the other denominations whose churches sponsor a large percentage of scout chapters include the United Methodist Church and the Roman Catholic Church.
All three of the aforementioned church bodies consider homosexuality a sin.
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