Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cosmetic Rhetoric: The Language of Presbyterian Liberalism

If rhetoric is the art of using language to persuade hearers of your position, then our liberal leaders have mastered this art on the question of gay ordination. Unfortunately, their mastery hides or twists truth in order to win the … Continue reading

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Historic Moments, Part 2

In response to the More Light Presbyterian declaration that the change in PCUSA ordination standards was an historic moment not only in the life of our denomination but also in the worldwide Christian communion, I wrote in Part1 about how … Continue reading

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Historic moments, Part 1

I find myself in complete agreement with the leaders of the More Light Presbyterians on one statement from their May 10th response to the pro-homosexual change in our ordination standards: “This is indeed a historic moment in the life of … Continue reading

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