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In 1968 The Layman was born to reflect the concerns of a group of Presbyterian laymen who did not want to stand idly by and watch the United Presbyterian Church of the USA disintegrate.
At its peak, The Layman was mailed to 100,000 Presbyterian households worldwide. Its voice has been strong and consistent. Critics who would reshape the denomination to reflect cultural and social values rather than Biblical ethics have frequently lambasted The Layman's coverage and commentary. Former moderator Robert Bohl and other denominational leaders attempted in 1995 to have The Layman publicly censured by the delegates to the General Assembly. The vote was 517-20 against censuring The Layman.
In 2014, the PLC's board of directors voted to cease publishing the print version of The Layman, and continue all of its news, analysis and commentary writings on its web site The Layman Online (www.layman.org)
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