psalmody

  1. C. Matthew McMahon

    You Need This - John Wilson on John 4:24 and the Simplicity of Worship

    The Simplicity of Holy Worship – by John Wilson (1588–1667). John Wilson (1588–1667) was a passionate and intense Reformed minister of the Gospel who was praised by men such as William Ames, Thomas Goodwin, Jeremiah Burroughs, and other celebrated divines. Wilson uses John 4:24 to explain in...
  2. C. Matthew McMahon

    True Worship is Glorious! Owen on Worship and Hutchins on Psalmody

    I can't tell you how much I love both Owen and Hutchins on this topic. Owen on worship is astoundingly good (who doesn't love Owen?). Hutchins on Psalmody, is one of the best reads on the subject concerning the Gentiles singing Psalms under the New Testament. Excellent! (Almost a book in and of...
  3. C. Matthew McMahon

    20% Off on Printed Books

    Greetings all. A great coupon was just sent out. Save 20% on orders of all our Reformed and Puritan Printed books. Use Code: TWENTY18 at checkout at our Spotlight Page. Ends May 17th at 11:59 PM New Books to consider are in our "worship" lineup (with 3 more coming down the pike over the next...
  4. kodos

    iOS and Android 1650 Split Leaf - General Availability.

    Just in time for the Lord's Day! I am pleased to announce the general availability of the 1650 Psalter for iOS. It is a little behind Android right now as Apple takes longer to approve updates - days instead of hours. But if you snag it now you will probably get an update to the app around...
  5. kodos

    [Android Beta] 1650 Split Leaf Psalter with Tunes.

    Dear Saints of the Puritan Board, There has been a need for a 1650 Digital Split Leaf Psalter for some time now. The project is in Open Beta for Android at the moment. iOS Beta will occur sometime in early February. If you are interested in opting in - see the link below...
  6. Poimen

    Exclusive Psalmody and singing Jesus' name

    One common objection against exclusive psalmody is that if we only sing the psalms we will fail to sing the “name that is above every other name” (Philippians 2:9). I believe this objection fails for a number of reasons: 1) Of the supposed hymnic fragments found in the New Testament, only...
  7. P

    Scottish Psalter of 1650 Fully Recorded

    As some of you may know, by the grace of God Project Psalms has now finished recording all 150 Psalms from the Scottish Psalter of 1650, including both versions of 13 of the Psalms. We are now left with the task of Editing/Mixing, Mastering, CD Package Production, and Postage. We estimate...
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