Home > Archives > 2016 > June Meanwhile, the shrinking PCUSA makes plans to recover its identity. Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra [ posted 6/28/2016 08:00AM ] Allison Shirreffs The Presbyterian Church in America General Assembly 2016 One of the reasons that the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) left the Presbyterian Church in the United States 40 […]Read More PCA Goes Back to Where It Started: Women’s Ordination
Support for subordinationism is found in the fact that God ‘sent’ his Son Written by Donald Macleod | Tuesday, June 21, 2016 “If we interpret Jesus’ sonship in terms of its human analogy, we cannot stop at mere subordination. We have to go on to infer, first of all, that the Father exists before the […]Read More Subordinationism (Out Of The Blue!)
Here is your invitation to join with the Presbyterian Church of Australia in celebrating 500 Years since the reformation in 2017. The General Assembly of Australia, 500th Anniversary of the Reformation Committee. Presbyterian Church of Australia. For more information visit presbyterian.org.auRead More 500 Years Reformation Celebrations PCA Promo from Presbyterian Church of Australia
Former homosexual activist James Parker shares why man-woman marriage is good for our society. (3 minute version) Authorised by D. Phillips, FamilyVoice Australia, 68 Grenfell Street, Adelaide SA 5000. Copyright © 2016 FamilyVoice Australia.Read More What’s marriage really about?
A continuing assessment of the PCA Standing Judicial Commission’s decision in Case 2012-5, Hedman vs. Pacific Northwest Presbytery. Written by Dewey Roberts | Thursday, June 9, 2016 The fact of the matter is that any doctrine that is not upheld is worthless. It becomes a doctrine that we are not willing to practice and, therefore, […]Read More Does Polity Trump Theology on the PCA Standing Judicial Commission? Part Two
by archivist Clarence Macartney’s Pulpit Comments upon Machen’s Suspension from the Ministry: Comments by Dr. C.E. Macartney on the Suspension of Dr. J. Gresham Machen from the Ministry of the Presbyterian Church. Made at the Morning Service at the First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, June 7, 1936. The moderator elected this […]Read More This Day in Presbyterian History- June 7: “We love him for the enemies he has made.”
February 01, 2013 by Carl Trueman Despite claims to the contrary, the Christian world is not divided between those who have creeds and confessions and those who just have the Bible. It is actually divided between those who have creeds and confessions and write them down in a public form, open to public scrutiny and […]Read More Why Christians Need Confessions
By Heather Clark on June 5, 20163 Comments Photo Credit: Instagram NEW YORK — Hillsong leader Brian Houston confirmed this week that the youth minister at Hillsong NYC recently appeared as a “Naked Cowboy” lookalike at the congregation’s recent women’s conference, but said he didn’t know about the plan in advance and that it “won’t […]Read More Hillsong’s Brian Houston Confirms Youth Leader Appeared as ‘Naked Cowboy’ at Women’s Conference