It’s one thing for consistories, sessions, presbyteries, classes, synods, and general assemblies to make statements against the Federal Vision (and the New Perspective(s) on Paul). Those were and are necessary and important preliminary steps but those statements must be followed with ecclesiastical discipline. That means that, where a minister or teaching elder is contradicting the confession of the church he must face sanction for the peace and purity of the church and for the safety of the sheep. The PCA, RCUS, OPC, RPCNA, and URCs have all said that the Federal Vision theology is contrary to God’s Word as confessed by the Reformed churches. One of the leading federal visionists is the Rev Dr Peter Leithart, a PCA minister who is laboring out of bounds in a CREC congregation in or near Moscow, ID, the headquarters of the CRE. That federation has become the de facto home of the federal vision movement. After the PCA GA rejected the FV theology in 2007, Leithart challenged his presbytery to discipline him. The presbytery assigned a committee to investigate the matter. The presbytery declined to discipline him. The Rev. Jason Stellman and others complained against the action (or refusal to act) by the presbytery and that complaint is being heard today in Atlanta by the Standing Judicial Committee (SJC) of the PCA. Pray for a good outcome and for the safety of Christ’s lambs.