Instrumental Music in the Public Worship of the Church

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  • .PREFACE
  • 1. THE QUESTION STATED
  • 2. THE GENERAL ARGUMENT
  • 3. FROM SCRIPTURE
  • 4. ARGUMENT FROM THE OLD  TESTAMENT
  • 5. ARGUMENT FROM THE NEW TESTAMENT
  • 6. ARGUMENT FROM THE PRESBYTERIAN STANDARDS
  • 7. HISTORICAL ARGUMENT
  • 8. ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF CONSIDERED
  • 9. CONCLUDING REMARKS 

This book is head-and-shoulders above any other printed the last hundred years on the subject.  This staunch Presbyterian uses this book as a last stand, appealing to Presbyterians worldwide to maintain their purity of worship without a musical instrument at a time when most in his denomination had already purchased an organ or piano and had no intention of going back to the old ordinary ways. In fairness to his readers, he gives all the arguments in favor of keeping instruments to back up their worship singing, then lets them have it with both barrels. On his final page after warning other worshipers that it will eventually end in the decline of true personal spirituality and Christianity, the reader can almost see him penning his last words in tears: “In the name of the framers of our venerable standards, in the name of the reformers, divines, and martyrs of the Presbyterian Church, in the name of Christ’s true witness in the centuries of the past, in the name of our glorious King and Head, we erect our solemn PROTEST.”

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