The View From the Front Table

When Sam Duncan was nominated to serve as an assistant parliamentarian of the 28th General Assembly (GA), he was completely surprised.

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PMWP’s rationale for this proposal draws attention to BCO 14-1.7, which states that the Assembly’s committees “are not to establish policy but execute policy established by the General Assembly.”

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Central Carolina Presbytery calls for the PCA to sever its ties with the NAE. It charges that the NAE “has frequently intermeddled in civil affairs” contrary to chapter 31 of the Westminster Confession of Faith, and cites numerous other Christian bodies that are not members.

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The PCA Book of Church Order (BCO) was written in the 1970s and drew heavily from the work of earlier versions. Over time, procedures were developed to anticipate new circumstances. One such situation occurs when a witness in a church …

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