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There are more fundamental and principled reasons for full subscription to the Confessional Standards of the church, but this report from Pastor Wes White gives a practical example of the trouble caused by so-called “good faith” subscription; in this case it is in relation to the doctrine of the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.
The PCA’s Review of Presbytery Records committee (RPR) met this past week, and paedocommunion was the hot issue. The result was conflicting main motions. In the case of Pacific Northwest Presbytery and Central Florida, RPR said paedocommunion was not a view hostile to our system of doctrine. In the case of Eastern Pennsylvania, RPR said paedocommunion was hostile to the system, stating it was wrong for Eastern Pennsylvania to ordain two candidates who held this view. In all cases, there will be minority reports, but the minority reports will be arguing the exact opposite positions.
Here’s how it happened.
Head on over to Pastor Wes White’s blog to read the rest of the report.
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