Monthly Archives: January 2014

Then we shall be what we should be…

Here are the lyrics to the old hymn Praise the Savior, Ye Who Know Him, by Thomas Kelly, 1806. Bouncy melody, quirky rhymes, a last verse no one can sleep through, exhortation and petition with joyful praise—a good encouragement in … Continue reading

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For the children’s sake (a reply to a reply)

A woman has replied to the review of For the Children’s Sake that I posted on Amazon.com. Her response begins, “I’m fairly shocked to read such a harsh critique of a gentle and fully Christian method of imparting love of … Continue reading

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Which revision of the Westminster Standards?

What is the current revision of the Westminster Standards adopted by the PCA and OPC, as reflected in the little yellow booklet jointly published by them titled The Westminster Standards? The Clearnote Songbook page has a helpful explanation…

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