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Presbyterian & Reformed Life Series
Presbyterian & Reformed Life Series
Presbyterian & Reformed Life Series

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Author: Spear, Keddie, Leahy, Keddie, Prutow
Publisher: Crown & Covenant Publications
Binding: Paper
Pages: 5 Volumes

Product Code: DS400

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Purchase all five books of the Presbyterian & Reformed Life Series at a special price of $25.00!

Sing the Lord's Song, An easy-to-read book about singing the Psalms in worship. Keddie's defense of exclusive psalmody is thoughtful, respectful, and simple. In this important book, Keddie answers frequently asked questions regarding important topics for anyone interested in psalms.

Faith of Our Fathers, Faith of Our Fathers is a concise book to help readers understand the Confession written over 350 years ago. Wayne Spear gives just enough historical background and paragraph-by-paragraph commentary to help the average layperson to glean all the treasures the Confession supplies. He shows the value of the Confession in keeping us from error and holding up a mirror to self-righteousness. Ideal for everyday application and devotional use!

Biblical Baptism, This book "will provide helpful instruction to parents in their privileges and duties, and give positive direction to ministers as to how the subject can be explained and elaborated in their preaching. It is the sort of work which is needed amongst us, and I am convinced will give great help to all who study it thoughtfully and prayerfully," says J. Douglas MacMillan, who wrote the foreword.

Christ's Covenant and Your Life This book describes the very core of our relationship to the Lord. Here we have the basis, pattern, and motivational power for our daily and lifelong obedience to Jesus Christ, the Mediator of the Covenant. This is the fixed point from which our personal world must move.

Joyful Voices At a time when the use of musical instruments in Christian worship is the norm, Prutow takes a step back and looks at the reasons that many church fathers and Reformers encouraged the use of only the human voice in corporate worship. A cappella singing, he argues, is a picture of life under the new covenant, without the burdens and trappings of the sacrificial system—from the bulls and altar to the timbrels and lyre.

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5 of 5 'Cause people need an ARGUMENT! November 10, 2010
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Topeka, KS United States  
I am grateful for the Presbyterian & Reformed Life Series, and plan to use it in my church! These colorful, brief, and hard-hitting books will expose visitors to our church's Biblical positions via an argument that PERSUADES. We've already seen thoughtful people engage these materials and discover a MINDFUL Christianity in the Reformed tradition.

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