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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
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
Gospel Music: or the Singing of David’s Psalms By Nathaniel Holmes
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Nathaniel Holmes (or Homes) D.D. (1599–1678), was a Calvinistic puritan divine, and a Reformed Preacher of the Gospel. This famous tract is a demonstration of the nature and necessity of... More > singing the Psalms of David in private (at home) and in corporate worship (with the congregation). Holmes covers six areas that teach the church how to think about Psalm singing: 1) the warrant that we have coming from the word of God to do so; 2) its unquestionable nature through the history of the church; 3) the ancient use of singing; 4) the usefulness of singing the Psalms of David, and 5) the objections of unjust men against psalm singing. He also adds in as an appendix the manner in which the New England churches sang Psalms. This is a very helpful introductory work to aid the Christian to think soberly about how Psalmody is handled in the word of God. 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
Gospel Music or the Singing of David’s Psalms By Cuthbert Sydenham
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Nathaniel Holmes (or Homes) D.D. (1599–1678), was a Calvinistic puritan divine, and a Reformed Preacher of the Gospel. This famous tract is a demonstration of the nature and necessity of... More > singing the Psalms of David in private (at home) and in corporate worship (with the congregation). Holmes covers six areas that teach the church how to think about Psalm singing: 1) the warrant that we have coming from the word of God to do so; 2) its unquestionable nature through the history of the church; 3) the ancient use of singing; 4) the usefulness of singing the Psalms of David, and 5) the objections of unjust men against psalm singing. He also adds in as an appendix the manner in which the New England churches sang Psalms. This is a very helpful introductory work to aid the Christian to think soberly about how Psalmody is handled in the word of God. 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 a Gospel Ordinance By John Cotton
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John Cotton (1585-1662) was an English Reformed minister and colonist. This work a foundational reformed document on singing psalms, both from a biblical and exegetical perspective. It follows the... More > same biblical and theological ideas that the Westminster Assembly determined that all Reformed churches in the world have a duty “to praise God publicly, by singing of psalms together in the congregation, and also privately in the family.” He covers how to sing with a lively voice (clearing all objections that might be against this), who ought to sing psalms (individuals or the whole congregation), whether women may sing as well as men, whether carnal men may sing, as well as godly Christians, the manner of singing, and objections against the practice. This work ought not to be missed to study what God says in determining the manner in which sinners are to approach him in 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
Singing of Psalms: A Gospel Ordinance By John Cotton
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John Cotton (1585-1662) was an English Reformed minister and colonist. This work a foundational reformed document on singing psalms, both from a biblical and exegetical perspective. It follows the... More > same biblical and theological ideas that the Westminster Assembly determined that all Reformed churches in the world have a duty “to praise God publicly, by singing of psalms together in the congregation, and also privately in the family.” He covers how to sing with a lively voice (clearing all objections that might be against this), who ought to sing psalms (individuals or the whole congregation), whether women may sing as well as men, whether carnal men may sing, as well as godly Christians, the manner of singing, and objections against the practice. This work ought not to be missed to study what God says in determining the manner in which sinners are to approach him in 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
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
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