Quite a bit has happened since the disastrous decisions taken at the recent General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. The following is a collection of articles, blog posts and opinion pieces in the press that have resulted. I don’t claim they are exhaustive by any means.
The last link is not directly connected with the decisions that were made, but its contents will no doubt become important as events play out in the next couple of years.
Perhaps I will get to comment in more detail on the contents in the near future.
David Meredith (Free Church) – Queen’s Cross: nightmare or birth of a dream?
Willie Phillip (Church of Scotland) –Statement re General Assembly Ruling & Statement regarding the ruling…
John Ross (Free Church) – A New Church for Scotland?
David Anderson (Reformed Baptist) – What is a church?
James Miller (Church of Scotland) – Where do we go from here?
Carl Trueman (Reformation21)- Being Presbyterian in the Church of Scotland
Sheena Strain (former Church of Scotland?) – Recent goings on in the Church of Scotland
William Crawley (Anglican Mainstream) – Church of Scotland agrees moratorium on gay debate
James Miller (Church of Scotland) – Silencing Debate
David Anderson (Reformed Baptist) – Paul separated from the Jews
Alan Rennie (Stirling Observer) (HT: Shedden) – Gay minister furore mustn’t distract from bigger issues
Nicola Barry (The Press and Journal) – No room in the Kirk for prejudice and intolerance
John MacLeod (Scottish Daily Mail) (HT: Shedden) – From decayed to debauched: the moral collapse of the Church of Scotland
David Shedden (Church of Scotland) – Response to Nick’s post ‘The Kirk – An Outsider Looking In’
Iain D Campbell (Free Church) – The Church in Scotland
John Ross (Free Church) – Love, Death and the Kirk
Harry Reid (Sunday Herald) (HT: Kinsey) – A split church? Good
Ian Hamilton (EPCEW) – June Pastoral Letter
Richard Holst (EPCEW) – Reflections
Brian Donnelly (The Herald) – Church of Scotland investments crash by more than £89m
One thought on “Links on the CoS Mess”
Interesting collection of posts, Stephen. Thanks for highlighting some new insights and comment.
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