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Calvin, Weekly Communion, and the Scottish Reformed Tradition By Adam M. Kuehner
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In today's Reformed world, there is a growing movement toward regarding the weekly observance of the Lord's Supper as divinely mandated by Scripture. In defense of this perspective, its proponents... More > often enlist Calvin as one of their own. This booklet seeks to evaluate such claims in light of an extensive and careful reading of Calvin's life and theology. Is the contemporary outcry for weekly communion a genuine revival of the sacramental thought and practice of the Genevan reformer? The answer may surprise you!< Less
Calvin, Weekly Communion, and the Scottish Reformed Tradition By Adam M. Kuehner
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In today's Reformed world, there is a growing movement toward regarding the weekly observance of the Lord's Supper as divinely mandated by Scripture. In defense of this perspective, its proponents... More > often enlist Calvin as one of their own. This booklet seeks to evaluate such claims in light of an extensive and careful reading of Calvin's life and theology. Is the contemporary outcry for weekly communion a genuine revival of the sacramental thought and practice of the Genevan reformer? The answer may surprise you!< Less
Communion Seasons Defended By John Anderson
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John Anderson was a minister of the General Associate (Anti-Burgher) Synod in Scotland, and later a minister and professor of the Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania (which became the Associate... More > Synod of North America). The following work deals with questions concerning the proper administration of the Lord’s Supper, most notably the question of frequency. In doing so, he defends what many regard as simply a tradition of Presbyterian Scotland --- observing days of fasting and thanksgiving in connection with the observance of that sacrament --- but which he demonstrates to be clearly warranted by the Word of God. He especially takes to task the work of John M. Mason (1770-1829), then a minister of the Associate Reformed Church, who had just written an anonymous work in defense of observing the Lord’s Supper whenever the church meets together.< Less
Communion Seasons Defended By John Anderson
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John Anderson was a minister of the General Associate (Anti-Burgher) Synod in Scotland, and later a minister and professor of the Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania (which became the Associate... More > Synod of North America). The following work deals with questions concerning the proper administration of the Lord’s Supper, most notably the question of frequency. In doing so, he defends what many regard as simply a tradition of Presbyterian Scotland --- observing days of fasting and thanksgiving in connection with the observance of that sacrament --- but which he demonstrates to be clearly warranted by the Word of God. He especially takes to task the work of John M. Mason (1770-1829), then a minister of the Associate Reformed Church, who had just written an anonymous work in defense of observing the Lord’s Supper whenever the church meets together.< Less
Quotes regarding the Scottish Psalter of 1650 By Sean McDonald, Editor
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'The Psalms of David in Metre,' otherwise known as the Scottish Psalter of 1650, has been the subject of both praise and reproach in the three and half centuries since it was authorized for use in... More > the Church of Scotland. This booklet features quotes of greater and lesser known individuals, commending this Psalter version and its use in Christian congregations and families.< Less
Quotes regarding the Scottish Psalter of 1650 By Sean McDonald, Editor
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'The Psalms of David in Metre,' otherwise known as the Scottish Psalter of 1650, has been the subject of both praise and reproach in the three and half centuries since it was authorized for use in... More > the Church of Scotland. This booklet features quotes of greater and lesser known individuals, commending this Psalter version and its use in Christian congregations and families.< Less
The Sabbath: A Serious Address to Those that Profane the Lord's Day By Matthew Henry
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Matthew Henry was a Nonconformist Presbyterian minister in England in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. He is most well known for his "Exposition of the Old and New... More > Testament," which is perhaps the most popular Bible commentary used today. . . . The following work only briefly argues for the doctrine of the Christian Sabbath. He assumes that the reader believes and acknowledges the divine authority of the fourth commandment, and that the day is now to be observed on the first day of the week. His address is a pointed, exacting examination of the conscience of those that live in the neglect of the careful observance of the Sabbath day. He convincingly argues that Sabbath-breaking is dishonoring to God, harmful to our own souls, and destructive of the peace and prosperity of the church.< Less
The Sabbath: A Serious Address to Those that Profane the Lord's Day By Matthew Henry
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Matthew Henry was a Nonconformist Presbyterian minister in England in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. He is most well known for his "Exposition of the Old and New... More > Testament," which is perhaps the most popular Bible commentary used today. . . . The following work only briefly argues for the doctrine of the Christian Sabbath. He assumes that the reader believes and acknowledges the divine authority of the fourth commandment, and that the day is now to be observed on the first day of the week. His address is a pointed, exacting examination of the conscience of those that live in the neglect of the careful observance of the Sabbath day. He convincingly argues that Sabbath-breaking is dishonoring to God, harmful to our own souls, and destructive of the peace and prosperity of the church.< Less
The Dominion of Christ By David Scott
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David Scott was a Reformed Presbyterian minister who was ordained in America shortly after emigrating from Scotland. He authored a number of brief works, chiefly written in defense of the positions... More > maintained by the Reformed Presbyterian Church. . . . The following consists of chapter 2 of Scott’s work on the Distinctive Principles. It sets forth, in careful detail from Scripture, what it means to speak of Christ as King, focusing upon the nature, the extent, the purpose, and the duration of Christ’s dominion, as He is Mediator; with particular attention given to His Kingship over nations and civil rulers.< Less
The Dominion of Christ By David Scott
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David Scott was a Reformed Presbyterian minister who was ordained in America shortly after emigrating from Scotland. He authored a number of brief works, chiefly written in defense of the positions... More > maintained by the Reformed Presbyterian Church. . . . The following consists of chapter 2 of Scott’s work on the Distinctive Principles. It sets forth, in careful detail from Scripture, what it means to speak of Christ as King, focusing upon the nature, the extent, the purpose, and the duration of Christ’s dominion, as He is Mediator; with particular attention given to His Kingship over nations and civil rulers.< Less