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Andrew Dionne

Andrew Dionne is the pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church 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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A brief response to the Revoice statement…

The problem between us and the Revoice men and women isn’t that we don’t understand or love each other, but that we do understand each other quite well and our disagreement must split the church into those who are in favor and those against effeminacy and “spiritual friendships.”

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Itching Ears Part 4: Greg Johnson’s explanation of Revoice

We used to speak of the gifting and calling to singleness, but “singleness” doesn’t evoke the pathos of “permanently de-coupled.” Yet we must recall these men lamenting their “permanent de-coupling” are the same men promoting “spiritual friendships.” What are “spiritual friendships?” Excuse us for pointing out the obvious, but “spiritual friendships” are permanent coupling.

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Itching Ears Part 3: Greg Johnson’s explanation of Revoice

Revoice apes the world—that’s the main thing to notice about them. Their repeated banging on the single key of “not same-sex intercourse” is the outside of the cup that they keep clean to pass for Christian. Only the Bible’s sexual ethic cleans the inside of the cup, producing by the grace of God sweet repentance, joyful hope, and complete satisfaction.

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Two declarations on biblical sexuality…

“For this is the will of God, your sanctification; that is, that you abstain from sexual immorality; that each of you know how to possess his own vessel in sanctification and honor, not in lustful passion, like the Gentiles who do not know God” (1... read more

How important is unity?

Unity for unity’s sake is that fool’s bargain with the devil and will lead to the degradation of any society. God’s honor must be the bond that causes unity to exist.

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