40 Years Ago — April 26, 1982 Presbyterians, North and South alike, can have a new, united church if and when enough..
Moderator Herbert Valentine, in his first major report to the General Assembly Council, had plenty of good things to say about what..
Miriam of the wilderness narratives [describe a woman who] danced, sang, played the drums, led, prophesied, questioned authority, embraced diverse voices and..
The church had been in controversy, and the 213th General Assembly turned to the Office of Theology and Worship to help clarify..
"With a cross on his lapel, it’s easy to spot a military chaplain in uniform. But the same might not be true..
80 years ago — October 29, 1941 Presbyterian minister, Henry Sloane Coffin, president of Union Theological Seminary in New York from 1926..
70 years ago — October 1, 1951 The Scottish church “seemed to have nothing to say to the working classes of people..
50 years ago — September 6, 1971 The U.S. is preparing to end the 20-year war in Afghanistan. And 50 years ago,..
30 years ago — January 7, 1991 Meeting in Portland, Ore., the National Council of Churches’ General Board celebrated its 40th anniversary..
20 years ago — December 18-25, 2000 It has been a centuries-old unwritten rule that at Christmas a ceasefire be observed in..
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