Oh good, glad that’s settled. Not. (What is this, the 90s? Who says “Not” anymore?)
Presbyterian Church leaders voted in favor of recognizing non-celibate gay clergy (with 53 percent voting for) but against supporting same-sex marriage (with 51 percent voting to shelve the issue). Now the vote on gay clergy goes to the full Presbyterian body, where a majority of its 173 member churches must approve it.