IView Story - Racism and Starting the PCA

Date: 1/23/2017
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Type: Interview
Topic: Racism
Organization: Reformation Resources
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In this iView Story, hear about an important Reformed religious movement in the South. Was racism part of the motivation for starting the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)? This iView story explains a little about the foundations of this movement, as well as some of the racial conflicts in the origins of this conservative religious movement. Retired minister, Rev. Mickey Schneider literally "made the motion" to start one of the most important Christian denominations in North America . . . Here's some of his story.

Michael Schneider Pastor Arthur Michael Schneider III has been in the Presbyterian ministry since 1966. His father was a Presbyterian pastor for over 60 years. He is a graduate of Belhaven College in Jackson, MS (1963), and Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA (1966). He has served pastorates in Williamston, S.C. (PCUS); Alexandria, LA (PCUS and PCA); Jackson, MS (PCA);... read more