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Resources tagged: Regulative Principle

Singing Christ into Our Hearts
Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   March 1, 2010   |  Category: Articles

The best hymns of the historic Church, modeled on the Scriptures themselves (especially the Psalms) are rich with godly experience, but experience arising directly and explicitly in view of the mercies of God in his Son. 

Psalm 100
Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   February 10, 2010   |  Scripture: Old Testament, Psalms   |  Category: Morning Devotions Series, The Psalms

Why and how the Christ-confessing covenant community gathers for public worship.

Calvin and the Reform of Worship
Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   January 24, 2009   |  Category: WSC Conferences, Calvin’s Legacy

Calvin was passionate for the glory of God in worship, which had concrete implications for the life of the institutional church.

Beyond Style Wars - Recovering the Substance of Worship
Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   April 1, 1999   |  Category: Articles

While there is freedom with respect to the circumstances of worship, we can no longer design worship according to our own specifications.

Praise the Lord: Psalm 150
Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   January 27, 1996   |  Scripture: Old Testament, Psalms   |  Category: Articles

A detailed look at biblical praise as presented in Psalm 150.

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