It was good to see David Burke at the General Assembly of Australia this week. He and Paul Cooper were launching their book Read In The Light, a compilation of essays relating to the Declaratory Statement that the Australian Presbyterian Church adopted at its formation which formalises its understanding of certain aspects of the Westminster …

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Each morning numbers of folk who arrive early for the meeting of the General Assembly of Australia gather for prayer. It was so heartening to walk in at the designated start time on Tuesday to find those gathered had already started. To these are added those who are praying for this meeting around our nation …

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Tonight at the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Australia a Memorandum of Understanding between the PCA and the Christian Reformed Churches of Australia was approved by the PCA and signed on behalf of both denominations by Rev Andrew Nugteren, secretary of the CRCA Committee for Ecumenical Relations and Rev Peter Barnes, moderator-general of …

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John Wilson sharing his charge to the church as he leaves the role of Moderator-General. Every Presbyterian pulpit in Australia is presently free from liberalism. The change from liberalism to biblical evangelicalism has been a work of God, achieved through the work of God’s people. Such a change is worthy of thanksgiving. It is also …

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