Did anyone notice when the Presbyterians stopped "Going native"? I saw how the 1560 Presbyterian Church of Scotland was ratified by Scottish Parliament. That's in line with Reformed Christianity, like Switzerland or Netherlands. The American campaign for Presbyterians was consistently about their American's Native issues. The first mission for Presbyterians in Korea was stated as building purely a "native" church, and we can conclude that about the Churches in Africa, also mexico, against the consequences of conquistador aggressions. You can see when the Presbyterians stopped "Going Native" in the United States anyway in 1958. What a slippery slope, the All Welcome liberals. Well, we're all possibly US Citizens, all possibly Native, and all land is possibly a US state, is that the objective the PCUSA tries to point out, basically. Besides no one better question Eisenhower's non-native aggressions in Korea ,I bet. Its supposedly the Native Church of Americans, that says whoever the United States Federal Government in some underground bunker randomly decided to put in a citizenship oath, which Presbyterians originally distain in concept itself, is a Native fellow church member. Strom Thurmond said all these Army Rifles can't force everybody in our churches, oh ya, the same Army Rifles, under the same President, doing the same stuff. The King of Korea handed these guys gold mines, its still his to give right? Well anyway, ya, where are the liberals thinking they are making up a lot of warm feelings? Ya well they are trying to make Dutch Reformed Church, Korean Presbyterian Church Abroad, Reformed Church in America, PC(USA) is supposed to be like African Methodist Episcopal And African American Church. Ya our forefathers said, we unionize for more preaching time, whites will like our preachers. No its supposed to be they all got Parish lands and they're not stepping on each other, in different languages?