Worship that is Reformed According to Scripture
"[Book] uses primary sources as a springboard to understanding the theology, tradition, and scriptural roots of modern reformed liturgy. [Author] provides a fascinating and detailed look at liturgical heritage from the continental Reformers of the sixteenth century and the Puritans of the seventeenth century. His impressive work emphasizes the biblical, theological roots of reformed worship"--P.  of cover.
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Some Basic Principles
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The Ministry of Praise
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The Lords Supper
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