This article is about the testing of decisions of the major assemblies. The author also discusses what it means that the decisions of synod are settled and binding, and the relation of synod and the local church.
This article is about justice in the church, and especially about justice in the process of church government. How do the assemblies treat appeals? Do they only look at procedures, or do they also think from a pastoral perspective? What is a good way to treat appeal cases in the church?