The Nashville Statement, the Airing of Differences, and the State of the PCA

By scottsauls | July 6, 2019

Recently, in anticipation of the Presbyterian Church in America’s annual Assembly, I wrote¬†the longest blog post ever. Here, I share some final, releated thoughts in retrospect. This year, our central and impassioned focus in the PCA was on marriage and sexuality, especially concerning people in our pews and pulpits who (a) experience same-sex attraction or […]

Thoughts on Revoice, Unnecessary Division, and the PCA

By scottsauls | June 21, 2019

At the risk of speaking too soon, I thought I would share a few thoughts as my denomination, the Presbyterian Church in America, heads into its annual General Assembly gathering in Dallas¬†(think Southern Baptist Convention, but for Presbyterians). Speaking of the SBC, earlier this month our Baptist friends debated and approved a resolution regarding human […]