Andy Halsey

Andy Halsey

Andy Halsey is a pastor ordained in the PCA. He has a wife and 5 children and lives in Bloomington, Indiana.

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Missouri Presbytery Revoice Report: a close reading (2)

As we pointed out last time, the Committee has no ability to see critics of Revoice as anything but afraid. Repeatedly speaking of critics’ fear is an effective rhetorical device long employed by the homosexualist movement starting decades ago with their labelling Christians opposed to sodomy and effeminacy “homophobic.”

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Missouri Presbytery’s (PCA) Response to Revoice: If you don’t have anything nice to say…

By their definitions, the men of Missouri Presbytery’s committee are doing more than attempting to stifle strong and stinging antagonism (like the examples above), they are attempting to control the terms of the debate.

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Missouri Presbytery Revoice Report: a close reading (1)

Revoice’s promotion of the gay identity and effeminacy was so scandalous, nationally, that Missouri Presbytery was forced to respond. They put together an investigatory committee and this past week this committee issued their Report. Here’s our response…

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Covenant Seminary should just repent

Imagine the relief of just being able to admit, “We blew it.” And then the credibility that could be yours.

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Revoice Reviewed: Ray Low, Weeping Prophet?

Ray has suffered, sure. But is he a weeping prophet or a frustrated wolf in sheep’s clothing who couldn’t manage to climb over the wall?

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Revoice Reviewed: PCA Pastor Greg Johnson

Watch as Pastor Johnson weaves his web, mesmerizing Revoice’s LGBTQ sexual minorities by confirming them in their bondage.

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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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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... read more

Is Sauls too among the Prophets? (Part 1)

Pastor Scott Sauls of Christ Presbyterian Church Nashville (CPCN) has convinced his elders to open the diaconate to commissioned women deacons.

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Revoice and the PCA: who will take Scripture and Westminster Standards in hand to stand in the gap?

Forty years ago, a church in Mississippi called a bright young man to be their pastor. Though there had been some rumblings throughout Mississippi about encroaching liberalism and a few churches had begun organizing a new denomination along conservative lines, no one... read more

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