If appointed, could the proposed committee honor Jesus Christ, help the OPC, her members, the broader church, and even our world? Or could it be a hindrance? That will depend upon the men who serve on the committee.
The preference of the term abuse over sin moves abuse out of the moral and spiritual realm and into the psychological
“A church that tolerates within
its borders the polite paganism of the world, a church that cries ‘Peace, peace, when there is no peace,’
is a church that is ready to die.”
The relatively small pond called the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) faced some ripples of controversy at its last General Assembly (GA). Here is one of them: on the second to last day, a minister brought a motion that urged the OPC to hire an organization called G.R.A.C.E. at a cost of $50,000 to assess the […]
Overture approved by the Presbytery of the Southeast (OPC) at her Stated Meeting on April 2-3, 2021 Whereas “the Lord Jesus Christ, as King and Head of His church, hath therein appointed a government in the hand of church-officers distinct from the civil magistrate” (WCF 30:1), and that “there is no other head of […]