Federal Visionist Jeff Meyers remains a PCA pastor in good standing for now, but his days are numbered. Admittedly, the PCA’s wheels of ecclesiastic justice are considerably rustier than their secular counterparts, but even without any oil they do continue to turn. While admittedly a bit convoluted, the Standing Judicial Commission recently agreed with a complaint against the Missouri Presbytery’s (MOP) 2011 investigation of Meyers and that there was a “strong presumption of guilt” requiring Meyers be brought under process. According to the SJC:
We find that MOP erred in failing to find a strong presumption of guilt that TE Meyers holds views contrary to the Westminster Standards (BCO 34-5) when MOP conducted its investigation.
However, since the time the complaint was made against the MOP investigative committee and when the SJC finally took up the complaint, Meyers was brought under process and his views were again vindicated by the…
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