- Myth #1: 'Civil litigation is always bad; ecclesiastical negotiation is always good.'
- Myth #2: 'You can only leave the PCUSA if the presbytery gives you permission.'
- Myth #3: 'A property trust in favor of the national denomination over a local church property is essential to Presbyterian connectionalism and inherent in Presbyterianism since its 16th Century inception.'
- Myth #4: 'Following adoption by the PCUSA (and its predecessors) of trust clauses in their denominated constitutions such clauses are binding on member churches.'
Since MythBusters is my favorite TV show, I love this format.