Mar 12, 2010 | Comments 0
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“The bold headlines in the Greenville and Greenwood newspapers as well as the Aquila Report have detailed how Mr. Scott Mitchell, the former Chairman of the Erskine College and Seminary Board and current member of the interim Board appointed by the General Synod, has filed a restraining order against the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.”
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