COLUMBUS, Ohio– The United Methodist Church could face significant changes in 2020.

Leaders announced a tentative plan last week to split the church in two, after being at odds for years over LGBTQ issues. 

The denomination would be split in two, with the more conservative “Traditionalist Methodists” not allowing gay marriage or gay clergy.

Joining us in the studio to discuss how the split will affect the church and its 13 million members around the world is Dr. Dan DeWitt from Cedarville University—a Christian-focused college outside of Dayton. 

He is the Director of the Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity.