The Presbyterian Deacon

In this highly useful book, Earl S. Johnson, Jr., explores the role of the deacon in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The author explains the freedom for churches to define the roles of deacons, and he supplies many helpful suggestions regarding their responsibilities. Johnson examines the ministry as it is described in sections of the Book […]

The Presbyterian Trustee

The Presbyterian Trustee is a brief, highly useful handbook for trustees in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and the first to examine the office. Modeled after The Presbyterian Elder and the author’s own The Presbyterian Deacon, this book explores the biblical models of trustees, the historic background of the office, and the responsibilities of trustees today. […]

Witness Without Parallel

Respected pastor Earl S. Johnson, Jr., explores eight biblical texts that have been instrumental in forming the basis of Presbyterian belief and mission. Using Reformed and Presbyterian principles of biblical interpretation and the standards of modern biblical criticism, he examines Presbyterian theological statements and their influence on the development of the church’s positions on social […]