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In the wake of the weekend of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia in August, four top leaders of the Presbyterian Church (USA) issued a statement condemning white supremacy and racism.

The leaders – General Assembly comoderators Jan Edmiston and T Denise Anderson, Presbyterian Mission Agency Interim Executive Director Tony De La Rosa, and General Assembly Stated Clerk J Herbert Nelson, II – praised the ‘faithful witness’ of church leaders, especially those in Charlottesville, and said that ‘Scripture has been misused to justify white supremacy and racism’.

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