ARPTalk, Issue 12

March 20, 2009

Welcome to the twelfth (12) issue of ARPTalk. Featured in ARPTalk(12) are the following three (3) articles:

                   1. Letter from Mr. Scott Cook

                   2. Letter from Rev. Tony Locke



(A report on the meetings of our other Presbyteries will follow soon.)

Like a good steak, this issue of ARPTalk is big and meaty. The three featured articles are significant. Don’t miss the two letters to the Editor. Mr. Cook is an Erskine student. What he has to write begs the attention of the ARPC. The report from the spring meeting of First Presbytery has a call for a Synod Commission. Most of the time of the spring meeting of Second Presbytery was taken up with a Commission’s report regarding a minister and a Session.

If you are new to ARPTalk, ARPTalk is NOT an official voice of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. The purposes of ARPTalk are two-fold: (1) To inform and educate the ministers and laypeople of ARPdom on significant issues that are before ARPdom; and (2) To give voice to and encouragement to those who feel they have been ignored and marginalized.

ARPTalk is FREE to those who want it. If you are on the mailing list of ARPTalk, it is because you are an ARP minister or layperson or someone who is interested in the ARPC or things Presbyterian in general. IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO READ THIS ISSUE OF ARPTalk, PLEASE DO NOT OPEN THE ATTACHMENT. If you do not want to be on the mailing list of ARPTalk, please click on the following site address ( and request that your name be removed and your address will be promptly removed.

If you have thoughts, articles, reviews, criticisms, or news that are of interest to the ministers and laypersons of ARPdom, and you submit them, they will most likely be publish in ARPTalk.

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I hope you find ARPTalk(12) interesting and informative. I look forward to hearing from you.

The opinions expressed in the articles of ARPtalk are the opinions of the writers. There are no anonymous articles in ARPTalk.


Charles (“Chuck”) W. Wilson

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