Well, now we know.
Articles from the Monroe News-Star before, during, and after the AAPC.
While Baptists, Episcopalians and Presbyterians may not agree about many things, the conference showed they can engage in positive dialogue about their faith, said attendee Ray Atwood, president of New Saint Andrew's College in Moscow, Idaho.
"Gaffin represents an old-school Presbyterian view and Wright has an Orthodox perspective, but the great thing that's occurred is the clarity by which they've articulated their views," Atwood said.
I find it an interesting outsider's perspective. Understandably, she found Wright the more engaging speaker. I admire her for sticking it out through the entire conference, though she was obviously delving into unfamiliar theological waters with this assignment.