Does Polity Trump Theology on the PCA Standing Judicial Commission? Part Two

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, […]

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This Day in Presbyterian History- June 7: “We love him for the enemies he has made.”

  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 […]

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Why Christians Need Confessions

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 […]

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Hillsong’s Brian Houston Confirms Youth Leader Appeared as ‘Naked Cowboy’ at Women’s Conference

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 […]

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