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한 교단으로서 우리가 어려운 시간 가운데 있다는 것을 인지하며, CRCNA 교단 이사회Council of Delegates는 2021년 6월부터 2022년 6월까지, 성령이 하시는 말씀과 우리 서로 간에 귀 기울이는 기도의 해가 되도록 교회들에 권장하고 있습니다.
The CRCNA denominational offices have been asked about Religious Exemption requests for those wanting to be exempt from what may be required vaccinations by various institutions.
How Christians should regard same-sex marriage is a significant conversation for the CRCNA, and it is a conversation with a lot of history already. Here I share some of that history.
As we enter the decade of the new “roaring 20’s” many new words will find currency in our society. This piece looks at wokeness, virtue signalling, and intersectionality.
Tongue in cheek, I ask: Are pastors looking to ease up on the duties of their vocation? Are we drifting away from the faith of our fathers?
How will delegates to Synod 2019 theologically deliberate on overture #6?
In an article in World Magazine, Scott Allen examines what he thinks is a repeat of the social gospel movement in the 1920s.
If Graham is the model of political correctness, then I say to CRC clergy and members, "Say whatever you want. It is ok." Right?
This post offers a link to four articles by Canadian writers on the upcoming synod of the CRCNA. The post also includes a conversation between Rev. Paul VanderKlay and Rev. Andrew Beunk.
This Open Letter suggests that closing the Office of Social Justice misses the mark. What divides us is not the channels by which the denomination speaks to government and addresses politics. No, we divide on topics and what should be said.