Oct 09, 2008 | Comments 0
Welcome to the sixth issue of ARPTalk. Featured in ARPTalk(6) are the following six (6) articles:
- Love That Has Had Enough of Gradualism;
- Charlotte, N.C., Outreach North American Charts a Course for Support of Church Planters;
- Columbia, S.C., Preachers Challenged to Preach;
- Seminarians Respond, by Will Hunter and Daniel Wells;
- Gag Order Placed on Seminary Committee; and
- The BARN and GREYSTONE (a look at the ministry of Erskine Chaplain, Paul Patrick).
Please open the attachment to find these articles in ARPTalk(6).
If you are new to ARPTalk, ARPTalk is an e-newsletter/magazine that deals mainly with the issues that are before the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. ARPTalk is free to those who want it. If you are on the mailing list of ARPTalk it is because you are an ARP minister or layperson or someone who is interested in the ARPC or things Presbyterian in general. If you do not want to read this issue of ARPTalk, please do not open the attachment. If you do not want to be on the mailing list of ARPTalk, please click on the following site address (ARPTalk@bellsouth.net) and request that your name be removed and your address will be promptly removed.
ARPTalk is not an official arm of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. The opinions in ARPTalk are not official. The opinions expressed in ARPTalk are the opinions of the various authors whose names are given. There are no anonymous articles in ARPTalk.
If you have thoughts, articles, reviews, criticisms, or news that is of interest to the ministers and laypersons of ARPdom, and if you submit them, I will most likely publish them in ARPTalk.
I hope you will open ARPTalk(6) and read it. I think you will find it interesting. ARPTalk is not boring.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Charles (“Chuck”) W. Wilson
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