Wes White has some details here. Don’t forget to read the comments, which are very interesting indeed. A fuller explanation is here. Doug Wilson is encouraged by this, and further links Meyers to the FV by calling this turn of events “good news.”
A few thoughts on this. 1. Meyers has not denied that he is FV, whatever that means (I recognize, contra many counter assertions, that the FV is not monolithic, though presumably FV includes the Joint Federal Vision Statement at the very least). Is Doug Wilson calling the FV a movement by saying this is good news for the FV? 2. MO Presbytery has, so far, not denied that Meyers is FV. We will have to wait for further documentation to see whether they attempt to deny this or not. Doug Wilson certainly thinks that Meyers is FV. One is left with this question: how does their exoneration of Meyers square with the GA’s study committee report, especially since Meyers himself was adamantly opposed to the report?