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Author: David J. Engelsma,Barry Gritters,Charles Terpstra
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Reformed Worship by David J. Engelsma,Barry Gritters,Charles Terpstra



By: David J. Engelsma, Barry Gritters, Charles Terpstra. Reformed Free Publishing Assoc, 2004, Paperback. Quantity: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+.

David J. Engelsma, Barry Gritters.

Books by David J. Engelsma, Unfolding Covenant History, Vol. 5, The Covenant of God and the Children of Believers, Reformed Worship (Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth). Created April 29, 2008.

Addressing the great apostasy of the Reformed churches in the area of public worship, this book demonstrates that worship is to regulated by the word of God. The issue in the contemporary worship-wars in Reformed and Presbyterian churches is the second commandment. Reformed Worship proves its case from Scripture, the Reformed creeds, and the Reformed tradition. God has not left the manner of his worship to the whims of worship committees or the fancies of the worshipping congregation. There is a right worship of the one, true God.

9 Quoted in David J. Engelsma, Trinity and Covenant: God as Holy Family (Jenison, MI: RFPA, 2006), pp. 122-123. 10 Cf. Westminster Confession 7:1: "The distance between God and the creature is so great, that although reasonable creatures do owe obedience unto Him as their Creator, yet they could never have any fruition of Him as their blessedness and reward, but by some voluntary condescension on God’s part, which He has been pleased to express by way of covenant. Herman Hanko (Grandville, MI: RFPA, 2003); David J. Engelsma, Barry Gritters and Charles Terpstra, Reformed Worship (Grandville, MI: RFPA, 2004); Ronald Hanko, Doctrine According to Godliness (Grandville, MI: RFPA, 2004); Herman Hanko, We and Our Children: The Reformed Doctrine of Infant Baptism (Grandville, MI: RFPA, rev.

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Hudsonville MI Protestant Reformed Church. Gritters, Barry (1998). The Family: Foundations are Shaking. Hudsonville, Michigan Protestant Reformed Church. Engelsma, David (2000). Reformed Free Publishing Association. Download as PDF. Printable version.

Professor David J. Engelsma has earned his . He has been pastor of the Loveland, CO Protestant Reformed Church for 11 years, from 1963 to 1974. Engelsma has lectured and preached throughout the British Isles on behalf of the British Reformed Fellowship, which is devoted to the spread and defense of the Reformed faith in the United Kingdom. He was made emeritus professor at the PRCA Synod of 2008. He continues to teach catechism classes and lecture.

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Addressing the great apostasy of the Reformed churches in the area of public worship, this book demonstrates that worship is to regulated by the word of God. The issue in the contemporary worship-wars in Reformed and Presbyterian churches is the second commandment. Reformed Worship proves its case from Scripture, the Reformed creeds, and the Reformed tradition.

God has not left the manner of his worship to the whims of worship committees or the fancies of the worshipping congregation.

There is a right worship of the one, true God. There is also a sinful way of worshipping the true God.

Invariably diminished, and eventually lost, in all forms of "progressive" worship is the preaching of the gospel, which God has ordained as the heart of his worship and the chief means of grace to his worshiping people.

The book responds to the charge that "traditional" Reformed worship leaves the congregation passive. Since Reformed worship is covenantal, it necessarily calls the congregation to intense activity. But what is this activity?

In the course of its examination of biblical, covenantal worship, the work considers such controversal matters as the observance of the Christian holidays, the use of instrumental accompaniment, and exclusive psalmody.

Three ministers in the Protestant Reformed Churches in America cooperate in this fresh, informative, and provocative study of the supreme calling of the church: to worship the God and Father of Jesus Christ rightly.