by Beau Weston
Have we structured our life together in a way that serves our best aspirations? Do the current institutional arrangements of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) help us flourish? Of the many things we carry with us from previous generations of Presbyterians, do they all continue to work well – or is it time for some of them to be reworked, reshaped … or even replaced?
In Rebuilding the Presbyterian Establishment, Elder Beau Weston raises just such questions and builds on earlier analyses.