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The Ebb & Flow of Lectio Continua Bible Reading

Sometime in the school year of 1977-78 I attended a Sunday evening service at St. Mary's Redcliffe, in Bristol, England. The church has had a long and varied history, including some notoriety for having once refused to allow George Whitefield to preach within its walls, though later, they reconsidered and received him with great effect. The church ...
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Leading in Worship

Leading in Worship

Having become disillusioned with the shallowness, incoherence, and mancenteredness of mainstream contemporary Christian worship, a growing number of ministers and laypeople within the Protestant Church are beginning to recover the biblical roots of traditional...
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The Sealing of the Covenant: The Reformed Administration of the Lord’s Supper

The Sealing of the Covenant: The Reformed Administration of the Lord’s Supper

It is a shame that the status of the Lord’s Supper should ever have been reduced in the churches of the Reformed tradition.
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Improving Our Baptism

Paedobaptisms have lost the solemnity characteristic of previous generations and have devolved into a “Precious Moments” ritual.
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The Christian Use of Visual Art in Worship Today

This use of visual media is unprecedented in the Reformed tradition. The pressure to join the trends is considerable and begs a reexamination of the biblical and historical data and the formulation of guidelines designed for our times.
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Learning and Loving the Trinity Psalter

Learning and Loving the Trinity Psalter by Terry L. Johnson Among the many ambitions that the creators of the Trinity Psalter have for their work is that the tunes recommended become known and beloved. While substitutions are possible, it is...
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