Category Archives: Presbyterian

On My Desk: On Being Presbyterian by Sean Michael Lucas

Since I’m something of a latecomer to the Presbyterian faith (though I’ve been engaging Presbyterians for years now), I decided to educate myself on what it means to be Presbyterian. I found in Presbyterian pastor and historian Sean Michael Lucas’s … Continue reading

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My Installation as a Presbyterian Minister

After seven months of studying, written exams, oral exams, approval of a presbytery, I was installed last Sunday evening, July 24, as an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). It was a wonderful time for my family … Continue reading

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Presbyterian General Assembly approves Study Committee on Women in Ministry

During its 44th General Assembly, in Mobile, AL, the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) “adopted a proposal from its Administrative Committee (AC) to establish a study committee on the issue of women serving in the ministry of the church.” Since … Continue reading

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Why I Changed My Mind about Baptism?

It has been quite a journey for me. I often debated Anglicans, Methodists, and Presbyterians on the matter of baptism, and concluded that their practice of infant baptism was based on weak arguments–derived from the Old Testament. The Mode of … Continue reading

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