Thank you for your right hand of fellowship Jer! Those within what is
called the "RPNA (GM)" know that I have opposed the unlawful and
unfaithful excommunications of late. Some of us have and will continue
to call the brethren to return to faithful Covenanter Standards. Sadly
there has been a serious deviation from Presbyterian polity and blatant
disregard of due process and Church discipline. But at the moment we
are struggling. Though I have not been given over, I sympathize with
those excommunicated and continue to have familiar fellowship with them.
I am still a Covenanter through and through. So, like Jerry, don't
expect to hear from me a bashing of Covenanter distinctives. It is
those very distinctives that we hold very, very dear that the troubles
within our Covenanted Community have occurred.
Enough from me, now. But I thought I would say something since I have
been a regular writer here. Did not want to leave the impression that I
am in suport of these excommunications.
Truly, weeping for Christ's Crown and Covenant,
--- In email@example.com
> Which RPNA(GM)statement/document would you like me to read? I have
> many of them in my possession and have been through them before
> writing what I did.
> Do not get me wrong, this will not be a place for people to come bash
> the RPNA (GM)...
> But I don't want these good people (whom you sadly label "opposition")
> to feel like all Covenanters agree with what is going down, BECAUSE WE
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ginny Dohms"
> gdawn@ wrote:
> > >I'm saddened and angered to hear of all this horrible mess, and I
> don't want any of you to take my "silence" to be an >approval of the
> lawfulness of these actions.
> > Jerry,
> > It is dangerous to judge and rule with only limited information.
> Perhaps before you declare a verdict on the matter, you should hear
> all the evidence. I don't think you would want people judging you, by
> only hearing what the opposition testifies.