This fails to understand the obvious distinction between moral and positive commandment. Moral is universal and binding while positive is based solely on the will of the commander. All forms of worship are positive institutions. All OT ceremonial worship has been abrogated, according to WCF 19.I would argue that the idea (highlighted in red above) that OT forms of worship are abrogated would be true for those forms that are not eternal.
Revelation is symbolic of ideal forms, the worship depicted is the abrogated worship of the OT, and in one of the instances of "new songs" it is made clear that the words are to be taken figuratively. Yes, heaven is perfect, and earthly forms are shadows in comparison, which is why it is odd that a person would insist that the earthly OT mode of worship presented in Revelation is to be understood literally.Worship in heaven includes new songs, it is not EP, and it is perfect.
This just means that the argument for an inspired "anything" is of no practical use to an idealist who cannot say with confidence where in the world he can find the revelation of God.I do not take *any* English version of the scripture to be perfect, so perfection is not an argument for EP