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The Historical Development of the PCA Book of Church Order

Chapter 22 : The Pastoral Relations

Paragraph 3 : Of the Assistant Pastor

22-3. An assistant pastor is called by the Session, by the permission and approval of Presbytery, under the provisions of BCO 20-1 and 13-2, with Presbytery membership being governed by the same provisions that apply to pastors. He is not a member of the Session, but may be appointed on special occasions to moderate the Session under the provisions of BCO 12-4.

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Background and Comparison :
PCA 1973, Adopted text, as printed in the Minutes of General Assembly
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Continuing Presbyterian Church 1973, Proposed text
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PCUS 1879

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PCUS 1869 draft
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PCUS 1867 draft
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COMMENTARY :
F.P. Ramsay, Exposition of the Book of Church Order
(1898)
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I. King & Head of Church
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[FoG = Form of Government ; RoD = Rules of Discipline ; DfW = Directory for Worship]