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Furious and Imperious Presbyterianism

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  • bob_suden
    The latest essay on the Trinity Foundation website is Imperious Presbyterianism by Kevin Reed. The names
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 8, 2008
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      The latest essay on the  Trinity Foundation website is "Imperious Presbyterianism " by Kevin Reed.The names of both should ring a bell for contemporary presbyterians.

      Kevin Reed is the founder of Presbyterian Heritage Publications  in 1983 which published historic and contemporary works defensive and expository on presbyterian worship and government up until 2001. After GI Williamson, PHP did its part to lay the foundation for the explosion in literature on the regulative principle of worship in the `90's. (See "The Regulative Principle of Worship: Sixty Years in Reformed Literature, Part One" in the 2006 Confessional Presbyterian.) In other words, SWRB/PRCE was a Johnny come lately on this doctrine.

      Trinity Foundation was begun by John Robbins in order to publish the works of Gordon Clark, a Calvinist theologian and philosopher. (Mr. Robbins came down with cancer  a couple of years back and may not yet be out of the woods.)

      This essay  might  be of some interest to those aware of the recent debacle involving some imperious presbyterians, furious to the point of excommunicating sundry individuals who did not acknowledge the legitimacy of their extraordinary and unannounced secret session (& secret/nonexistent general meeting).

      Thank you.
    • nocost2great
      Very good article. Thanks Bob! ... 1983 ... expository ... PHP did ... the ... worship-s ... come ... id=1 ... Clark, ... with ... couple ... point of
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 22, 2008
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        Very good article.
        Thanks Bob!


        --- In covenantedreformationclub@yahoogroups.com, "bob_suden"
        <bsuden@...> wrote:
        >
        > The latest essay on the Trinity Foundation website is "Imperious
        > Presbyterianism <http://www.trinityfoundation.org/latest.php> " by
        > Kevin Reed. The names of both should ring a bell for contemporary
        > presbyterians.
        >
        > Kevin Reed is the founder of Presbyterian Heritage Publications in
        1983
        > which published historic and contemporary works defensive and
        expository
        > on presbyterian worship and government up until 2001. After GI
        > Williamson <http://www.all-of-grace.org/williamson/index.html> ,
        PHP did
        > its part to lay the foundation for the explosion in literature on
        the
        > regulative principle of worship in the `90's. (See "The
        > Regulative Principle of Worship: Sixty Years in Reformed Literature
        > <http://www.cpjournal.com/articles/the-regulative-principle-of-
        worship-s\
        > ixty-years-in-reformed-literature/> , Part One" in the 2006
        > Confessional Presbyterian.) In other words, SWRB/PRCE was a Johnny
        come
        > lately on this doctrine.
        >
        > Trinity Foundation <http://www.trinityfoundation.org/journal.php?
        id=1>
        > was begun by John Robbins in order to publish the works of Gordon
        Clark,
        > a Calvinist theologian and philosopher. (Mr. Robbins came down
        with
        > cancer <http://www.trinityfoundation.org/journal.php?id=247> a
        couple
        > of years back and may not yet be out of the woods.)
        >
        > This essay might be of some interest to those aware of the recent
        > debacle involving some imperious presbyterians, furious to the
        point of
        > excommunicating sundry individuals who did not acknowledge the
        > legitimacy of their extraordinary and unannounced secret session (&
        > secret/nonexistent general meeting).
        >
        > Thank you.
        >
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