Some Thoughts on Sproul Jr.’s Public Confession

By Pastor Shawn Mathis

Typically, Presbyterians keep their opinion of pastors to themselves, unless the matter is serious enough to warrant public attention. Often that means something chargeable, which would mean bringing the charge to the governing body over the pastor, his Presbytery.

Which is to say that I am not attempting a trial of R. C. Sproul Jr. His Presbytery did that. And Ligonier as well.

At least, that was what I recently discovered at a Christian news site.

But he is a public figure and I can evaluate his public statement and his public actions.

Back in early October, I noted some concerns. There were questions I had about what happened and the confession offered by Sproul Jr.


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