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FRONT PAGE  |  8/28/2015
SATURDAY, MAR 8, 2008  |  7 comments
First woman general secretary for United Reformed Church
The United Reformed Church has appointed the Rev Roberta Rominger as its general secretary. She is the first woman to hold the post in the Church, or in any of its predecessor denominations.

Ms Rominger trained for ministry in the USA, and was ordained in California, in the United Church of Christ. She came to Britain in 1985 and has been a minister in the United Reformed Church ever since, serving as Moderator of the Thames North Synod for the past ten years.

She will take up the post in July, replacing the Rev Dr David Cornick, who is to become general secretary of Churches Together in England, an appointment that reflects the United Reformed Church commitment to ecumenism. ...


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News Item3/10/08 11:37 AM
John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by John
They're puffing themselves up, twice:

1. They're patting themselves on the back
for setting yet another precident
(First Woman Leader of their church).

2. By this precident they no doubt regard
themselves as being much more enlightened
(and culturally up-to-date) than their
predecessors when most likely the exact
opposite is true.

I've seen this devolopment so many times in
modern Christianity it's dizzying.

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News Item3/9/08 3:04 PM
Minnow  Find all comments by Minnow
On the Liberal Religion it is interesting that J Gresham Machen wrote as far back as 1923 ......

"In the sphere of religion, in particular, the present time is a time of conflict; the great redemptive religion which has always been known as Christianity is battling against a totally diverse type of religious belief, which is only the more destructive of the Christian faith because it makes use of traditional Christian terminology. This modern non-redemptive religion is called "modernism" or "liberalism." Both names are unsatisfactory; the latter, in particular, is question-begging. The movement designated as "liberalism" is regarded as "liberal" only by its friends; to its opponents it seems to involve a narrow ignoring of many relevant facts. And indeed the movement is so various in its manifestations that one may almost despair of finding any common name which will apply to all its forms" (Machen)

I wonder how he'd put it today?

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News Item3/9/08 9:00 AM
CMT  Find all comments by CMT
I wish that even a lot of conservative churches would stop using the word, 'reformed'. So many of them are so compromised.

BTW, this article is speaking of the URC of England, not to be confused with the United Reformed Churches of North America.

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News Item3/8/08 3:24 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I see came from the United Church of Christ, which is a bad seed from the Reformed movement. This alone explains to American Fundamentalists, just what type of church the United Reformed Church is.

How Women Are to Learn and Women Preachers

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News Item3/8/08 2:42 PM
Minnow  Find all comments by Minnow
I wish these Liberals would stop using the word "reformed"

But then how else would the Real Church be attacked by Satan's horde?

Infiltration and pseudo religions, thus the Church is subjected to the blind leading the blind to hell.

I wish the Liberals would stop calling themselves Christian too, But.........!!

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News Item3/8/08 1:40 PM
33k  Find all comments by 33k
No, there has been very little pretence to be "Reformed" in the URC since its inception by amalgamtion in the early 1970's. It's just a name.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Reformed_Church

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News Item3/8/08 12:42 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
She will take up the post in July, replacing the Rev Dr David Cornick, who is to become general secretary of Churches Together in England, an appointment that reflects the United Reformed Church commitment to ecumenism. ...

Reformed(?) but on their way back to Roman Catholic Apostasy

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