Westminster Confession Of Faith – Lord’s Day 3 Chapter 1 – Of The Holy Scriptures Cont. (Paragraphs 8 – 10) VIII. The Old Testament in Hebrew (which was the native language of the people of God of old), and the New Testament in Greek (which at the time of the writing of it was most …

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Westminster Confession of Faith – Lord’s Day 2 Chapter 1 – Of The Holy Scripture Cont. (Paragraphs 4-7) IV. The authority of the Holy Scripture, for which it ought to be believed and obeyed, depends not upon the testimony of any man or Church, but wholly upon God (who is truth itself), the Author thereof; …

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This letter from the Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu to their partner denominations can be found on this page at this page at the World Communion of Reformed Churches website. The Presbyterian Church of Australia has initially responded with this appeal, because currency is more helpful than collecting items and shipping them over. The letter gives …

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Ned Stonehouse’s biographical memoir of J Gresham Machen is an encouraging read. It provides insight into the challenges faithful people face as a denomination slides into liberalism, and there are some nice character touches. I first read it in the 80’s and it provided some helpful insight into understanding figures who had gone through the …

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Every year PCV Deputy Clerk Peter Phillips produces a comprehensive summary of the General Assembly proceedings. (Held October 7-10) It was circulated via the PCV News Network, with the only caveat on public distribution being that it be reproduced unedited. So, here it is. General Assembly Report 2013 Highlights ‘Highlights’ are, of course, very personal, …

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Friends in Victoria and beyond will be interested to know that Tom Cannon (currently pastor of Red Mountain Presbyterian Church) has been nominated as the next Coordinator of the Presbyterian Church in America’s Reformed University Fellowship, a ministry with staff members working at over 140 colleges and universities. Apparently the nomination needs to be confirmed …

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