Thoughts on Revoice, Unnecessary Division, and the PCA

By Scott Sauls | June 21, 2019 –

At the risk of speaking too soon, I thought I would share a few thoughts as my denomination, the Presbyterian Church in America heads into its annual General Assembly gathering in Dallas (think Southern Baptist Convention, but for Presbyterians).

Speaking of the SBC, earlier this month our Baptist friends debated and approved a resolution regarding human sexuality and marriage. This resolution was spawned by an ongoing debate within the SBC that is similar to the one happening currently in the PCA. It’s a big conversation these days, not only for us but for the entire Church in the West.

At the center of the debate is a conference on human sexuality called Revoice. According to its website, Revoice aims to provide support and encouragement for same-sex attracted Christians and their loved ones, “so that all in the Church might be empowered to live in gospel unity while observing the historic Christian doctrine of marriage and sexuality” (emphasis mine).

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