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Social Witness of the Church: Commentary on Foothills Overture #1 (4-01)

This post was originally published as part of the Presbyterian Outlook’s coverage of the Foothills overtures at https://pres-outlook.org/2015/11/social-witness-of-the-church-commentary-on-foothills-overture-1/ We live in times of tremendous cultural change. We also live in times of high anxiety as a church, having lost so … Continue reading

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A Response to the Foothills Presbytery from the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy

This post was originally published as part of the Presbyterian Outlook’s coverage of the Foothills overtures at https://pres-outlook.org/2015/11/a-response-to-the-foothills-presbytery-from-the-advisory-committee-on-social-witness-policy-acswp/  Introduction The Presbytery of Foothills sent copies of several of its overtures to the Advisory Committee in June, after developing and circulating these … Continue reading

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Reproductive Justice and PC(USA) Social Witness Policy

It is hard to remember back to the pre Roe v. Wade days. There were the road trips from Idaho to California with classmates seeking abortions. There were fledgling birth control devices and pills that made some aspects of decision-making … Continue reading

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The Backstory: Healthcare, Christianity, and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

In this issue, For the Healing of the Nation, Unbound seeks to engage the national healthcare debate from a Reformed Christian perspective and to lift up the stories – the testimonies, if you will – of those who know from … Continue reading

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