Ronald F. Avery (Ron)
an architect and member of Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth (www.ae911truth.org) wanted
to show a DVD made by Richard Gage, head of ae911truth to his Sunday school
class at First Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in
Ron had written to Carl several times prior to these sermons asking permission to show this DVD to the congregation or Sunday school class without response. These sermons came right before 9/11/08 and Ron took them to heart and took it upon himself to deliver a copy of the DVD to each Sunday school family during class. Carl called Ron that following Tuesday morning and told him not to talk about those “conspiracy theories” or distribute any more information concerning those things at their church.
Ron took that to be a censor and Carl had told him that he spoke for the Session, or local governing body of First Presbyterian, Seguin, when telling Ron that he no longer speak of those things. Ron felt he had been censored by the Pastor and possibly the Session without an opportunity to defend himself. So Ron filed a “Prayer for Lift of Censorship” with the local Session. Later, Ron obtained a copy of the Constitution and Confessions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and found that all complaints about pastors had to be filed with the Presbytery or next level of governance over the local church, rather than the local Session. Therefore, Ron filed an “Accusation and Statement of Offense” against his good friend and Pastor Carl McCauley at the Mission Presbytery in San Antonio, Texas. Henceforth, the menu to the left links documents or letters filed and/or sent in the process of obtaining church justice.
The real issues are simple:
1. Did Carl McCauley use the constitutional process of censoring Ron Avery? The evidence has and will continue to show that Carl did not use the constitutional process of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
2. Did Carl McCauley violate the Holy Scriptures or Confessions in censoring Ron Avery? The evidence has and will continue to show that Carl not only violated the Holy Scriptures in censoring Ron but violated his own sermon messages.
the Session of First Presbyterian Church,
4. If the Session was involved in censoring Ron, as Carl had said they were, did the Session of First Presbyterian Church, Seguin follow the constitutional process of censoring Ron Avery? The evidence has and will continue to show that the constitutional process was not used.
the Session was involved in censoring Ron did they violate the Holy Scriptures
or Confessions in the censorship? The evidence has and will continue to show that
the Session violated the Holy Scriptures and the sermon messages of First
You may email Ron at email@example.com