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Scripture's Self Evidence By Thomas Ford
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Thomas Ford (1598–1674) was a Calvinistic, Reformed nonconformist divine, who sat on the Westminster Assembly as an active member. Thomas Ford has penned a remarkable work that aids even the... More > youngest in the Christian faith with tools to demonstrate Scripture’s self-evident nature of being from God and divinely inspired. In this we find the doctrine of the authority of Scripture as Christians account it. Ford teaches us that it is necessary to be well informed in understanding the doctrine of Scripture in this way in order to be fortified against the assaults of those that, “lie in wait to undermine you and turn up the foundations of your faith.” His aim is to set down the truth of the maxim, “Scripture is the only rule of faith.” This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Scripture's Self Evidence By Thomas Ford
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Thomas Ford (1598–1674) was a Calvinistic, Reformed nonconformist divine, who sat on the Westminster Assembly as an active member. Thomas Ford has penned a remarkable work that aids even the... More > youngest in the Christian faith with tools to demonstrate Scripture’s self-evident nature of being from God and divinely inspired. In this we find the doctrine of the authority of Scripture as Christians account it. Ford teaches us that it is necessary to be well informed in understanding the doctrine of Scripture in this way in order to be fortified against the assaults of those that, “lie in wait to undermine you and turn up the foundations of your faith.” His aim is to set down the truth of the maxim, “Scripture is the only rule of faith.” This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Singing of Psalms the Duty of Christians By Thomas Ford
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Thomas Ford (1598–1674) was a Calvinistic, Reformed nonconformist divine, who sat on the Westminster Assembly. The Puritans believed in Exclusive Psalmody – and the Westminster... More > Confession demonstrates their position. However, there are few works that were written as a whole explaining why this is so by a Westminster divine. This work by Thomas Ford does just that. His views demonstrate the majority view in Christendom up and until his era, and he sits in company with the best theologians and preachers through church history on the subject. He covers, 1. That we must sing. 2. What we must sing. 3. How we must sing. And, 4. Why we must sing. His main text is Ephesians 5:19, “Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs…” This is an extremely valuable treatise on God's form of instituted worship and the regulative principle. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Singing of Psalms: The Duty of Christians By Thomas Ford
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Thomas Ford (1598–1674) was a Calvinistic, Reformed nonconformist divine, who sat on the Westminster Assembly. The Puritans believed in Exclusive Psalmody – and the Westminster... More > Confession demonstrates their position. However, there are few works that were written as a whole explaining why this is so by a Westminster divine. This work by Thomas Ford does just that. His views demonstrate the majority view in Christendom up and until his era, and he sits in company with the best theologians and preachers through church history on the subject. He covers, 1. That we must sing. 2. What we must sing. 3. How we must sing. And, 4. Why we must sing. His main text is Ephesians 5:19, “Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs…” This is an extremely valuable treatise on God's form of instituted worship and the regulative principle. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Christian's Duty Toward Reformation By C. Matthew McMahon & Thomas Ford
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Thomas Ford (1598–1674) was a Calvinistic, Reformed nonconformist divine, who sat on the Westminster Assembly as an active member. The reformers and puritans wrote extensively on being... More > reformed by God’s word. In the first part of this work, Thomas Ford introduces being prepared and settled for reformation. He will direct Christians to consider that before true Reformation can take place, there must not only be a willingness for it to ensue, but the heart of the recipient must be settled. Reformation is a matter of the heart. The second part of this work is Ford’s, "The Times Anatomized." In his own day he desired, along with the Westminster Assembly, to see long lasting true reformation. In desiring this, he wrote this tract demonstrating 30 points of meditation of “current events,” that directly relate to the effectiveness of the Gospel in his own time. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Christian's Duty Toward Reformation By C. Matthew McMahon & Thomas Ford
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Thomas Ford (1598–1674) was a Calvinistic, Reformed nonconformist divine, who sat on the Westminster Assembly as an active member. The reformers and puritans wrote extensively on being... More > reformed by God’s word. In the first part of this work, Thomas Ford introduces being prepared and settled for reformation. He will direct Christians to consider that before true Reformation can take place, there must not only be a willingness for it to ensue, but the heart of the recipient must be settled. Reformation is a matter of the heart. The second part of this work is Ford’s, "The Times Anatomized." In his own day he desired, along with the Westminster Assembly, to see long lasting true reformation. In desiring this, he wrote this tract demonstrating 30 points of meditation of “current events,” that directly relate to the effectiveness of the Gospel in his own time. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less