There are several goals of this website. Overall, we wish to promote the idea that our worship of God should be regulated by His Word alone. Many issues will spill over into the primary topic of Psalmody, such as the nature and use of Scripture itself, the interpretation of the Reformed Confessions, and the broad subject of Biblical worship.
1) To be faithful to the Holy Scriptures as the primary source of our discussion and debate.
2) To be faithful to our confessions. The governing confession of this discussion site is the Westminster Confession of Faith.
3) To provide a place to discuss issues related to Biblical Psalmody.
4) To promote the use of the Psalms in both corporate and family worship.
5) To support churches in providing Psalmody resources for corporate and family worship.
6) To discuss the current state of the church and how it can be improved.
7) To provide a place for the scholarly collection of resources and perhaps the production of a journal on the subject of Reformed Worship.
8) To promote the planting of Psalm singing churches in any denomination.
About our contributors:
Mark Koller: I am a native Arkansan, now a Texan. My early Christian life centered around the Baptist church and it was there that I first began to feel a call to ministry. After graduating from college, I was eventually introduced to Reformed theology and the Puritans. While attending seminary, I assisted in church plants and providing pulpit supply in the PCA, the ARP and the RPCGA. I am a minister in the RPCNA, Pastor of the Dallas Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPCNA) and student of historical theology in the PhD program at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. I am a Covenanter. I hold strongly to the WCF and my Reformed Presbyterian heritage. Our family treasures the Sabbath (we try) and the singing of Psalms. My wife Amy and I were married in 1991 and have three children, Drew, Rachel, and Anna Kate. We live in Savannah, Texas.
All of the opinions expressed on this site are my own and they don’t necessarily represent the views of my church or denomination.
You can email me at email@example.com .