Monthly Archives: June 2011

Ecclesial Apartheid?


The Afrikaans term “apartheid” is one of those unhappy loan words which has found a home in the English language.  Unhappy because it defines an evil which opposes the second greatest commandment as taught by Jesus; at home here because … Continue reading

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Two Voices


Three weeks ago I attended a presbytery meeting.  It was triply depressing because it was a triennial meeting of the three presbyteries covering the State of Oklahoma.  The fact that each of these presbyteries voted in favor of 10-A will … Continue reading

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The Presbyterian Future That Must Not Be (Part 2)


What future do our Presbyterian bureaucrats and liberal lobbyists propose for our denomination?  Last month, two statements crafted by such leaders after the passage of 10-A were made public.  Each provides some hints or bold declarations of their dreams. 24 … Continue reading

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The Presbyterian Future That Must Not Be (Part 1)


Now that the liberal vanguard of the PCUSA has successfully implemented its ordination agenda and is feeling empowered, what kind of future are its leaders planning for us?  Let’s take a look at some of their declarations soon after the passage of … Continue reading

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The Presbyterian Future That Must Not Be (Part 1)


Now that the liberal vanguard of the PCUSA has successfully implemented its ordination agenda and is feeling empowered, what kind of future are its leaders planning for us?  Let’s take a look at some of their declarations soon after the passage of … Continue reading

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