Category Archives: Presbyterianism

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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One Church’s Path to Racial Diversity

“This month’s story on PCA Voices features George Robertson, pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Augusta and the moderator of the PCA’s 44th General Assembly. Robertson was born in Alabama, just a bike-ride from the Ku Klux Klan’s national headquarters. … Continue reading

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A Pastoral Letter from Conservative Members of Presbyterian Church (USA)

The Presbyterian Church (USA) has been dominating the news when the 221st Presbyterian Church (USA) General Assembly voted to allow their pastors to perform gay marriage in states where it is legally recognized. In response, “A conservative group within Presbyterian … Continue reading

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John MacArthur on Infant Baptism

If you’re open to learning how an opponent  of Infant baptism argues, I do not recommend the following.  Then why did I post it.  First, because many people tend to listen to John MacArthur and run uncritically with everything he … Continue reading

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