The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and Israel

by (@TheIRD) November 8, 2012

By Alan Wisdom The position of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) regarding the modern State of Israel is not determined by the denomination’s theology. The PCUSA holds to a Reformed theology that emphasizes continuities between God’s covenant with ancient Israel and God’s covenant with the Church. The status of the Jewish people, modern Israel, and the […]

Presbyterian Caucus Reacts to Anti-Israel Mainline Protestant Congressional Appeal Against Israel

by (@markdtooley) October 17, 2012

Recently denominational officials representing much of Mainline Protestantism, but not including the Episcopal Church, wrote a joint letter to the U.S. Congress exclusively blaming Israel for the absence of Mideast peace and strongly suggesting the U.S. should cuts military aid to Israel.   Here is a response from “Presbyterians for Middle East Peace,” which opposes anti-Israel bias […]