A 4th of July Testimony of Presbyterian Resolve

WE might underestimate how deeply American Presbyterianism was indelibly impressed by the American Revolution. Just as much, Presbyterianism was a defining characteristic of the War for Independence. At the time Walpole addressing the British Parliament, said “There is no crying about it. Cousin America has run off with a Presbyterian parson and that is the end […]

“A Kingdom of minimal significance come”

The reason that the Hymns hold such a powerful and necessary place in the worship and life of the church is that like the liturgy (and yes every church has a liturgy) they serve as institutional memory and preserve faith and practice otherwise prone to the natural forgetfulness of a church advancing through generations. Recently […]