In Gilded Tombs we addressed the problem of errors and heresies held by those who have generally been held in high regard in Presbyterian circles. In that review we surveyed Presbyterian history from the eighteenth century through the early twentieth century. In this section we would like to deal with heresies that are currently plaguing Presbyterian and Reformed churches. The former was a matter of history. Nonetheless, it was an important exercise as those who do not learn the lessons of history are condemned to repeat them, as the cyclical nature of the book of Judges certainly demonstrates. The latter deals with current battles that will determine the faith of conservative Presbyterians for the next generation. And of course they are all related for as Solomon said, “there is no new thing under the sun,” and every heresy has had it antecedent in previous subversions of the faith by that great deceiver, the Father of Lies.