ARPTalk 28 – Judge Griffith and The Baal of Erskine

 

The twenty-eighth (28th) issue of ARPTalk was released today. Featured in ARPTalk(28) are the following three (3) articles:

  • (28.1) A RESPONSE TO THE RULING BY JUDGE GRIFFITH AND A CHALLENGE TO THE ARP CHURCH – by Charles W. Wilson
  • (28.2) IDOLATRY: THE CULT OF THE BAAL OF ERSKINE – by Charles W. Wilson
  • (28.3) THE VOICES OF THE BAAL OF ERSKINE – These postings which are taken mainly from Facebook leave one speechless.

If you are new to ARPTalk, ARPTalk is NOT an official voice of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. The purposes of ARPTalk are two-fold: (1) To inform and educate the ministers and laypeople of ARPdom on significant issues that are before ARPdom; and (2) To give voice to and encouragement to those who feel they have been ignored and marginalized.

If you have thoughts, articles, reviews, criticisms, or news that are of interest to the ministers and laypersons of ARPdom, and you submit them, they will most likely be published in ARPTalk. If you would like to speak with the Editor, you may reach him at 864.882.6337.

I hope you find ARPTalk(28) interesting and informative. I look forward to hearing from you.

The opinions expressed in the articles in ARPTalk are the opinions of the writers of the articles and they own them with their names attached. There are no anonymous articles or letters in ARPTalk.

Thank you for reading ARPTalk(28).

Charles (“Chuck”) W. Wilson

Editor

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  1. Name Withheld says:

    Mr. Wilson,

    Is there one underlying reason that the general synod decided to remove the Erskine board of trustees.It seems to me if 144 students signed a petition stating that a”culture of intimidation” exists at Erskine that someone would listen.

    Personally, I believe the concept of “critical thinking” has been abused.My son is currently a freshman at Erskine, so please do not publish my name.

    Thank you,

    M