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, "Ginny Dohms"
> > Wait a minute! Are you comparing the PCA to the OPC?!
> Not at all. I am just saying that in the context of these egroups
> used to be on, there were predominately members of either the PCA
or the OPC
> churches. I made no reference to the OPC in what I was saying
> this church's website, as it is irrelevant since it has nothing to
Thank you for your gracious response. We are smaller than the PCA.
For every one of our OPC congregations there is at least one PCA
congregation which is just as committed to reformed doctrine,
worship, and presbyterian polity. (Although none such in our
geographic region.) However there is a wide diversity of views on
worship in the PCA, esp. the more "broad evangelical" (or liturgical,
I guess???) congregations, as you've seen from at least one example.
The first post on current reformed happenings predicted that the PCA
will be a liberal church in 1-2 generations. I think there will be a
huge split in the PCA between the reformed congregations and
the "evangelical" (aka liberal) congregations before that
It just happened that I met people from both church denominations in
> the same forum and it was from meeting these folk in this setting
that I was
> under the impression that the PCA was conservatively reformed.
> The PCAers always painted their denomination in the best possible
> do we all, but none ever mentioned their church practicing in
> this John Knox Presbyterian PCA church does. That is why I was
> it is the norm, or the exception.
> Anyway, sorry that you thought I was comparing the two
> that was the farthest thing from my mind, when I wrote my post. I
> should not have even mentioned OPC in my post but it was just a
> these groups usually were comprised of people from both of these two
> denominations. They just seemed to be attracted to the same