Careful to Hope: Blogging the PC(USA) General Assembly #GA221


[Editor's Note: This is the fourth in a series of reflections and prayer posts from the biennial General Assembly of the PC(USA) offered by the Rev. Scott Clark, Chaplain and Associate Dean of Student Life at the San Francisco Theological Seminary.] June 18, 2014 When it comes to LGBT issues in the PCUSA, I find that I am [Read More...]

The Cross and Gendercide: A Book Review


Elizabeth Gerhardt’s The Cross and Gendercide is without hesitation among (if not the) most convicting, thought-provoking, well-researched, biblically-grounded, and empowering text on the church’s responsibilities toward women that I have read. [Read more...]

It’s Called Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome, and Yes It’s Real

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By Reba Riley If there’s one thing I know the power of, it’s a name. For the better part of a decade I suffered from a chronic mystery illness that was attacking me from the inside out. Countless doctors and specialists couldn’t diagnose me, couldn’t give me a name for what was happening. They told [Read More...]