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Why marriage traditionalists are unprotected in PCUSA

The 2014 General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) was characterized by radical actions clothed in calming rhetoric. The assembly voted to make the PCUSA by far the…

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Seminary call for ‘mutual forbearance’ rejected by both sides as ‘gay bashing’ and ‘adultery’

(Article corrected 5/19/14) The faculty members of two Presbyterian Church (USA) seminaries have called upon the denomination for “mutual forbearance” on the issue of same-sex marriage. Originating at…

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Should the Church get out of the marriage business?

Andrew Walker asks and answers the question, “Should the Church ‘Get out of the marriage business?” on The Gospel Coalition Blog: Christians are frequently tempted to excuse themselves…

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Twenty-something Matthew Vines seeks to change evangelicals through ‘Reformation Project’

Editor’s note: The Presbyterian Lay Committee (PLC), the publisher of The Layman and The Layman Online, does not support same-sex marriage. Instead, the PLC “believes with Scripture that…

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Johnson: The gospel demands the PCUSA open its understanding of marriage to LGBT people

Editor’s note: The Presbyterian Lay Committee (PLC), the publisher of The Layman and The Layman Online, does not support same-sex marriage. Instead, the PLC “believes with Scripture that…

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Pauw Wows with ‘It’s time’ to support marriage equality

Editor’s note: The Presbyterian Lay Committee (PLC), the publisher of The Layman and The Layman Online, does not support same-sex marriage. Instead, the PLC “believes with Scripture that…

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Seminary president: Genesis text is not about ‘male and female’ but instead ‘human isolation’

Editor’s note: The Presbyterian Lay Committee (PLC), the publisher of The Layman and The Layman Online, does not support same-sex marriage. Instead, the PLC “believes with Scripture that…

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Coming soon to a Thanksgiving table near you: The journey to belief in another gospel

Editor’s note: The Presbyterian Lay Committee (PLC), the publisher of The Layman and The Layman Online, does not support same-sex marriage. Instead, the PLC “believes with Scripture that…

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Same-sex marriage advocates seek re-write of marriage liturgy

Editor’s note: The Presbyterian Lay Committee (PLC), the publisher of The Layman and The Layman Online, does not support same-sex marriage. Instead, the PLC “believes with Scripture that…

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Presbyterian sheep shifting; as the lost remain lost

The Presbyterian landscape is changing, but much of it is just sheep shifting. The 200-year trend of loss of U.S. market share continues for all Presbyterian denominations combined….

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