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Re: Furious and Imperious Presbyterianism

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  • nocost2great
    Very good article. Thanks Bob! ... 1983 ... expository ... PHP did ... the ... worship-s ... come ... id=1 ... Clark, ... with ... couple ... point of
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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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