In his online tome Brian Schwertely makes the statement below, but I am not recalling who he is thinking of when he makes this claim. If it is Frame, of which this is a review, I would think he'd have said that. How often and by whom has a general meaning for psalm as spiritual song been advocated because of a lower case "p"? I don't need a critique of either the argument or of Schwertley, but just need to know if anyone actually argues this? “Advocates of neo-presbyterian worship like to point out the fact that the word psalm is not capitalized, as if this proves the word is used in some vague, generic sense. The problem with this argument is the simple fact that the authors [of] the Westminster Standards only capitalized the word Psalms when it was used as a title of the whole book.[FONT="][/FONT] [FONT="][/FONT] Brian Schwertley, Sola Scriptura And the Regulative Principle of Worship: Appendix B. The Neo-Presbyterian Challenge to Confessional Presbyterian Orthodoxy: A Biblical Analysis of John Frame’s Worship in Spirit and in Truth. This is online at http://www.reformed.com/pub/sola_b.htm.