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PCA Votes To Exit National Association of Evangelicals

The Presbyterian Church in America had a significant conservative victory in its withdrawal from the National Association of Evangelicals. The final vote of 1059-681 achieved what has failed twice in the last ten years. Interestingly enough, the PCA contributes not only funds to the NAE but its current president, Walter Kim is a member of the PCA.

The National Association of Evangelicals is an extremely liberal organization, helmed by Walter Kim but has had ongoing promotion of liberal activists like Justin Giboney of the And Campaign. In addition to promoting Critical Race Theory, over the years the NAE has also promoted open borders and a climate agenda. Walter Kim even pushed for churches to partner with the government to be Covid jab sites.

It’s unsurprising that there would be a push to withdrawal from the liberal organization, but it’s a remarkable stand taken by the PCA General Assembly rebuking the NAE’s evident liberal drift.

Overture 42 Update

Overture 42 aimed to prevent teaching and ruling elders from participating in secretive political groups in order to effect presbyteries. The context for this is a group called the National Partnership within the PCA which has been around since 2013. The National Partnership operates with a degree of sophistication and secrecy and is widely credited with drumming up opposition to last year’s Overture 23. The General Assembly has yet to vote on this, but this vote will be a highlight of the meeting.

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