One Voice: The Word of God, the Love of Christ, and LGBTQ

Pensacola Theological Institute 2021

 

Speakers

Richard Phillips
Jon Payne

Date

June 16-18, 2021

Location

McIlwain Presbyterian Church
1220 East Blount Street
Pensacola, FL 32503

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Conference Description

Our conference will examine both the “Revoice” controversy within the denomination of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and the broader issue of sexual identity and purity within the church, so that the lay Christian may understand what is happening in our own denomination and others and be equipped to speak with “one voice” to our culture.

Vacation with a purpose—join us at the Pensacola Theological Institute.


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Speaker Biographies

Richard Phillips is senior minister of the historic Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, SC. He is the author of numerous books and frequently speaks at conferences on the Bible and Reformed theology. He is the chairman of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology and co-editor of the Reformed Expository Commentary series (P&R). An adjunct professor at Westminster Theological Seminary where he serves on the board of trustees, Rick serves also on the board of directors of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. He and his wife Sharon have five children and live in Greenville. Rick is an avid follower of University of Michigan sports and enjoys reading historical fiction.

Jon Payne is senior pastor of Christ Church Presbyterian (PCA) in Charleston, South Carolina. Before planting Christ Church in 2013, he was senior pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church (PCA), near Atlanta, from 2003-2013. He is the executive coordinator of the Gospel Reformation Network, and serves as a trustee with the Banner of Truth Trust and the Heidelberger Society. Jon is the author/editor of numerous books including, John Owen On the Lord’s Supper, In the Splendor of Holiness: Rediscovering the Beauty of Reformed Worship for the 21st Century, and A Faith Worth Teaching: The Heidelberg Catechism’s Enduring Heritage. He has also contributed to a number of publications including Tabletalk, The Gospel Coalition, Expositor, Reformation 21, and Modern Reformation, among others. Jon and his wife, Marla, have been married for 22 years and have two children, Mary Hannah and Hans.


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