Monthly Archives: October 2013

Only a few days left for the prepub price on A Dispute Against the English Popish Ceremonies by George Gillespie

Gillespie Popish CeremoniesGeorge Gillespie, A Dispute Against the English Popish Ceremonies. 2013 forthcoming. 544pp. Sewn hardbound, dust jacket, color frontispiece. Foreword, Historical Introduction, Overview & Analysis, Bibliography, Indices: Section, Edition Errata, Author, Subject, Scripture, OED first usage. (retail still to be set). $19.95 prepub, postage paid. Should be delivering these to purchasers in late November or early December.

Buy Prepub now: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/websc…=26FJJKFX8QUGU

Extracts:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/…-extracts1.pdf

Naphtali Press is pleased to announce we are going to press with a new critical edition of George Gillespie’s seminal work, A Dispute Against the English Popish Ceremonies, and it should be available in mid to late November. We first published this title twenty years ago and the book has been out of print for some time; but we are persuaded the need for it is still great. Written when “worship wars” involved real wars, the general principals presented by Gillespie have abiding pertinence and if properly applied could go a long way toward resolving the worship controversies of this day.”

“This extensively revised edition will mark the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of the author. The Dispute contains over a thousand citations from nearly two hundred authors and over three hundred works, which have all been carefully traced and confirmed for this new edition, greatly expanding the footnotes over those in the 1993 edition. With all these sources more clearly exposed for the modern reader, one may better appreciate why this 24 year old astounded his contemporaries on the eve of the Second Reformation, and why the Dispute merited a place for Gillespie at the Westminster Assembly of Divines, where he helped shape Presbyterian doctrine for centuries to come.”

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Cornerstone Presbyterian Church of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) has a new meeting location

Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, a mission church of the Free Church of Scotland (continuing), is now meeting at:

941 S. Fifth Street,
Mebane, NC 27302.

Champions Martial Arts
107 E. Ruffin Street
Mebane, NC 27302

Dr. John Carrick is currently preaching each Lord’s Day
http://www.sermonaudio.com/source_detail.asp?sourceid=cpc-mebane

Worship begins at 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM. There is a fellowship meal between services.

Visitors are wholeheartedly welcome.
Please feel free to contact us at 336-578-0052.

Enjoyed this post about Psalters from the Heidelblog

 

The Book of Psalms for Worship

The Book of Psalms for Worship

Psalters! from the Heidelblog.

Here are some selections:

“The Reformed and Presbyterian churches were Psalm singing churches from the beginning. We translated the Psalms into the language of the people and set them to tunes for use in public worship. For at least 150 years Psalms were virtually the only thing sung in public worship by the Reformed and Presbyterian churches.” here

“The bottom two Psalters are two of my favorites. Both are published by the RPCNA (Crown and Covenant). The red Psalter (The Book of Psalms for Singing) is the older and the blue (The Book of Psalms for Worship) is newer. We have the red Psalter in the chapel at WSC and I’ve used the blue Psalter worshipping with my RPCNA brothers and sisters with much joy and profit. Both are skillfully and carefully done. I commend them for your use.” here

“That we have this abundance of Psalters is a wonderful thing. My students were thrilled to see that they exist—that they aren’t just history or theory—and that they can be put to use in the corporate worship of God. I am encouraged and I hope you are also.” here

Church planting: The families of the Dallas RPCNA church plant

The families of the Dallas, TX RPCNA plant

The Dallas, TX RPCNA Plant

The Dallas, TX RPCNA Plant