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The Puritans on Exclusive Psalmody By C. Matthew McMahon
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It cannot be denied by any student of historical theology, church history or of the Westminster Standards, that the Puritans taught Exclusive Psalmody. In the following compiled works the student of... More > Reformed Theology will find able directives for Exclusive Psalmody, as well as a number of arguments they might not have thought about before. These works are a treasure trove of bible doctrine and able exegesis. The Puritans did not, in their age, teach anything that was not widely accepted. They are formulating no new doctrine. They are simply defending the truth of psalm singing originally commanded in God's word. This is the first time in the history of the church that these four works are now available to be read (much less read together). May this book be a breath of fresh air for the serious student of God’s worship. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Puritans on Exclusive Psalmody By C. Matthew McMahon
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It cannot be denied by any student of church history or of the Westminster Standards, that the Puritans taught Exclusive Psalmody. In the following compiled works the student of Reformed Theology... More > will find able directives for Exclusive Psalmody, as well as a number of arguments they might not have thought about before. These works are a treasure trove of bible doctrine and able exegesis (by Thomas Ford, Cuthbert Sydenham, Nathaniel Holmes and John Cotton). The Puritans did not, in their age, teach anything that was not widely accepted. They are formulating no new doctrine. They are simply defending the truth of psalm singing originally commanded in God's word. This is the first time in the history of the church that these four works are now available to be read (much less read together). May this book be a breath of fresh air for the serious student of God’s worship. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Hymns Most Perfect: An Essay on Psalmody By Rev. William Romaine
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The Rev. William Romaine first published his Essay on Psalmody in 1775. This gently modernised version of the 1796 edition presents that important work for today's reader. It retains its relevance,... More > importance, potency and vitality. The arguments have not changed, more than 200 years later. There is still a clamour in the Christian Church that every poem by every man is fit for the public worship of God in song. The Rev. William Romaine not only challenged that assertion but places the Book of Psalms in such an elevated and beautiful position, that duty becomes a matter of honour.< Less
Hymns Most Perfect: An Essay on Psalmody By Rev. William Romaine
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The Rev. William Romaine first published his Essay on Psalmody in 1775. This gently modernised version of the 1796 edition presents that important work for today's reader. It retains its relevance,... More > importance, potency and vitality. The arguments have not changed, more than 200 years later. There is still a clamour in the Christian Church that every poem by every man is fit for the public worship of God in song. The Rev. William Romaine not only challenged that assertion but placed the Book of Psalms in such an elevated and beautiful position, that the duty of singing the Psalms becomes an incredible honour.< Less
The True Psalmody: The Bible Psalms the Church’s Only Manual of Praise By The Reformed Ministers
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Worship to God is of primary importance. God has determined what that worship should be like, and what will honor Him. The Reformed Presbyterian Ministers of the 19th century in America have brought... More > together in one volume a fantastic compilation of the best information in their day about what is to be used in singing during corporate worship. The Scottish ministers shortly after, having received this work in their own day well after its first publication, heartily recommended it in their multiple introductory notes. The book deals with the application of the Regulative Principle in singing to God during corporate worship. The theological outcome of such a study dictates the manner in which a Christian may lawfully WORSHIP THE LIVING GOD. We are not speaking about secondary issues, or non-essentials. We are speaking about WORSHIP. The topic is profoundly practical and will press Christians to consider their current position on worship, and the singing of Psalms.< Less
Songs of Zion By Michael Bushell
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What music does God want His people to sing in worship? The question provokes strong emotions, but the answer must be solely based on Scripture. We live in a culture where personal preference... More > dominates, where men recoil from the full display of God’s mercy and justice, and where the winds of fancy blow about a church ignorant of her history. This book calls the reader to prostrate himself before a thrice holy God, to echo His tender and fearsome Words in song, and to return to the historical worship practice of the Christian church. This extensive revision is the fourth edition of a widely-circulated presentation of exclusive psalmody.< Less
Songs of Zion By Michael Bushell
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What music does God want His people to sing in worship? The question provokes strong emotions, but the answer must be solely based on Scripture. We live in a culture where personal preference... More > dominates, where men recoil from the full display of God’s mercy and justice, and where the winds of fancy blow about a church ignorant of her history. This book calls the reader to prostrate himself before a thrice holy God, to echo His tender and fearsome Words in song, and to return to the historical worship practice of the Christian church. This extensive revision is the fourth edition of a widely-circulated presentation of exclusive psalmody.< 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
A Gospel-Ordinance Concerning the Singing of Scripture Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs By Cuthbert Sydenham
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Cuthbert Sydenham (or Sidenham) (1622–1654) was a Reformed, Calvinistic, Presbyterian Preacher during the era of the Westminster Assembly. This work on psalm singing is one of the few... More > complete puritan treatments of the subject. Since singing psalms is a Gospel command, Cuthbert teaches this topic very seriously, and covers important objections that are often raised against psalmody - something the Westminster Puritans taught without exception. Cuthbert explains both Ephesians and Colossians concerning "psalms, hymns and spiritual songs," as well as topics such as the lawfulness of Psalm Singing as an ordinance, the translation of the Psalms to be sung, the abuses of the Roman and Episcopal Church on psalm singing, how we teach and admonish one another with psalms, and important notes about how we are to sing with a mixed multitude in corporate worship. 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