Two PCA Presbyteries Request Missouri Presbytery to Investigate Greg Johnson, Questioning His ‘Side B’ Views

“This Report is made because a majority of the members of Westminster Presbytery and many members of her churches are aggrieved by the public reports about the Christian character of Teaching Elder Greg Johnson, and we have a desire to pursue the peace, unity, and purity of the Presbyterian Church in America, for the sake of the honor and majesty of the Lord Jesus Christ, as the King and Head thereof.”

(The Aquila Report) Westminster Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) voted on August 10, 2019 to request the Missouri Presbytery to investigate the public reports that Teaching Elder (TE) Greg Johnson identifies himself as a homosexual, and yet continues to serve as a teaching elder in the PCA.

The Presbytery stated:

The 47th PCA General Assembly [2019] affirmed that the self-conception of an individual as a homosexual or transgender is inconsistent with God’s holy purposes in creation and redemption. TE Greg Johnson has publicly announced before the watching world a personal self-conception as a homosexual, and this is inconsistent with the adopted view of the Presbyterian Church in America. The orientation of a Christian is defined by being in Christ and not by his temptations and sins, nor is his identity defined by those temptations and sins against which he struggles.

In producing its Report to Missouri Presbytery, Westminster provided this reason: View article →


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