Matthew Winzer review of Needham re Westminster Assembly & Psamody - free

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NaphtaliPress

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Matthew Winzer, “Westminster and Worship Examined: A Review of Nick Needham’s essay on the Westminster Confession of Faith’s teaching concerning the regulative principle, the singing of psalms, and the use of musical instruments in the public worship of God.”

CPJ has been peddling this as an etext article for purchase but it is now in the free and clear and freely available with the author's blessing at the link: http://tinyurl.com/3zfamnf


Mike Bushell highly commends Rev. Winzer's review:
“It is an historical fact that the Westminster Assembly deliberately limited worship song to the inspired Psalms. Matthew Winzer’s careful review of the historical evidence shows conclusively that claims to the contrary have no firm basis in fact. This review article needs to be placed in the hands of every person who would claim otherwise.”—Michael Bushell, author of Songs of Zion (new edition to be available from the author, May 2010).
 

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Thanks Rev. Winzer. Thanks Chris. To find the link click on the link Download PDF at the end of this paragraph on the page. I am slow so it took me a while. Duh!

The Confessional Presbyterian 4 (2008) 253–266. Review: Nick Needham, ‘Westminster and worship: psalms, hymns, and musical instruments,’ In The Westminster Confession into the 21st Century, 2, ed. J. Ligon Duncan (Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus Publications, 2005). 540 pages. ISBN 978-1-857-92878-5. $37.99. Reviewed by Matthew Winzer, Grace Presbyterian Church (Australian Free Church), Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. Download PDF.

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