Observations and Affirmations – Bulletin #2

Observation: LGBTQ advocacy in the PCC is long-standing and is manifested unhindered in some congregations and Presbyteries. The reasons for this presence will be outlined in Bulletin #5 in this series. However, the source of the lobby is clearly in the shifting winds of our increasingly secular culture and not in Scripture. Freedom, rights, and …

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Observations and Affirmations – Bulletin #1

Hello, Psalt members and supporters. Over the next few months, we will be sending out some short “observations” that have come to our attention regarding the current theological and political landscape within the Presbyterian Church in Canada. Our purpose in distributing these “observations” is twofold. Firstly, we want to keep people informed about what is …

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A Christian Understanding of Homosexuality

In light of the confusion regarding the church’s teaching on homosexuality and the pastoral need to care for those suffering in particular from the social trend to regard it as “natural” or a thing to be accepted as part of human nature, "A Christian Understanding of Homosexuality" was presented as a “reference text” at a …

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Church Property Conflict and the Hope for Future Unity

Winner take all contests over a congregation’s property legacy leave deep and lasting wounds and divisions. But the Presbyterian Church in Canada (PCC) has a precedent that could open the way to a better future. By Paul Johnston. Years ago, while working in the United States, I was carpooling to a meeting with a long-time …

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PSALT — Presbyterians Standing for Apostolic Love and Truth — is a national movement which aims at building the Presbyterian Church into a thoroughly biblical and Reformed expression of Christian discipleship and witness.