[W]ill they learn something quite different? Will they hear about a denomination that weathered the storm through a valiant and costly commitment to the whole counsel of God? Will they hear about a church that courageously rejected the powerful secular ideologies of their age, and instead chose to follow the old and worn paths of ministry, mission, and discipleship? Will they tell their children in Sunday school class about the brave teaching elders, ruling elders, and denominational leaders who fought for biblical fidelity and confessional integrity in the face of massive cultural pressure? Will future theological students be inspired by seminary presidents and professors who boldly and clearly took a public stand against the moral revolution, and with humble confidence taught that the gospel alone is sufficient to save every kind of sinner, and to mortify every type of sin? May it be so!