By TE David W. Hall Midway Presbyterian Church, Powder Springs, Georgia If broad churchmen were looking for a mandate to increase female ordination in the PCA, based on a concessive study, that didn’t happen on this issue at this PCA Assembly. The . . . Continue reading →
It was a pleasure to spend this past Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (Reformation weekend) with the brothers and sisters of Grace Presbyterian (PCA), Sierra Vista, AZ. Nestled amidst the hills, the town is about an hour southeast of Tucson. The weather was . . . Continue reading →
In my mind, the flaw in Keller’s threefold taxonomy (which is not really his but Wolterstorff’s), is the fact that if it is accurate then I am not a part of the PCA. I mean, I am sure he would place me . . . Continue reading →
David Hall analyzes the just past PCA GA. I found it helpful.
It seems like a dialectic. It’s almost a minimalist definition of “Reformed” and Darryl has some interesting analysis of it.