Andrew Dionne

Andrew Dionne

Andrew Dionne is the Senior Pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Spartanburg, SC. He serves on the boards of Clearnote Pastors College and Personhood South Carolina. He has six children and a lovely wife.

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Why the name “Evangel Presbytery”?

We’ve had questions about our announcement of the constitutional convention of Evangel Presbytery. Some questions have focussed on the name. The committee that worked on the book of church order was also tasked with recommending a name. Though from the beginning... read more

Covenant Theological Seminary and the decline of the PCA

The bad fruit of the Presbyterian Church in America’s Covenant Theological Seminary (CTS) has long been evident to those willing to see and take warning.

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What does the music say?

If music is a kind of language, however limited, those who demand that we retreat from today’s popular musical styles have little regard for comprehension.

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Unity must not come at the expense of peace in the PCA

Has the Gospel Reformation Network really made peace with the National Partnership, and if so how?

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21. Pastoring the sick and dying (Max Curell and Andrew Dionne)

Michael talks about pastoring the sick, the dying, and those left behind with Pastors Max Curell and Andrew Dionne.

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Revoice Reviewed: Nate Collins—God’s true prophet

Dr. Nate Collins organized this first Revoice conference. He holds both the MDiv and a PhD in New Testament from Al Mohler’s Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. A student at Southern for more than ten years, Collins has been Southern’s Instructor of New... read more

Feminist talking points in the PCA

Since Pastor Sauls has done such an excellent job compiling the best arguments feminism can find in the Bible, it seemed a good opportunity to answer seriously and briefly.

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10 reasons to love God’s distinctions between men and women

This is actually Part 5 in a series. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 6. Pastor Scott Sauls is puzzled that God would distinguish between men and women in the home and church. He can’t find it in him to understand it, but he will nevertheless obey, he says. Sauls... read more

Is Sauls too among the Prophets? (Part 4)

Pastor Scott Sauls thinks he can stand squarely on the line of what Scripture says. But he’s wrong.

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Is Sauls too among the Prophets? (Part 3)

Part 3 in a series; Part 1 and Part 2. Pastor Scott Sauls continues his explanation of the rationale behind his session at Christ Presbyterian Church Nashville appointing women officers called “deaconesses”: The Christ Presbyterian elders wish to affirm... read more

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