Christ's Directives on the Nature of True Worship by Arthur Hildersham (1563-1631)
Arthur Hildersham (1563-1631) was a shining light in the puritan party, and celebrated for his exemplary learning and piety as a minister of Jesus Christ.
This work is an abridged version of Arthur Hildersham’s...
The Simplicity of Holy Worship – by John Wilson (1588–1667).
John Wilson (1588–1667) was a passionate and intense Reformed minister of the Gospel who was praised by men such as William Ames, Thomas Goodwin, Jeremiah Burroughs, and other celebrated divines.
Wilson uses John 4:24 to explain in...
I can't tell you how much I love both Owen and Hutchins on this topic.
Owen on worship is astoundingly good (who doesn't love Owen?).
Hutchins on Psalmody, is one of the best reads on the subject concerning the Gentiles singing Psalms under the New Testament. Excellent! (Almost a book in and of...
If God alone determines the manner in which sinners approach him, is any other kind of worship acceptable to Him other than what he has prescribed?
True Worship and the Consequences of Idolatry – by John Knox (1505-1572).
John Knox (1505-1572) was a Scottish Reformer and fiery preacher of...
This classic work by Burroughs deals with the Regulative Principle: God alone determines the manner in which sinners approach him. This is a life-transforming and Christ-glorifying biblical work.
Gospel Worship, or, The Right Manner of Sanctifying the name of God in General, in Hearing the...
WARNING: Do not read this book unless you want to be thoroughly convicted...
How to Serve God in Private and Public Worship – by John Jackson (1600-1648).
John Jackson (1600-1648) was a Westminster Puritan divine with a hearty theological intellect, and tender pastoral understanding.
Reformed Worship resources on the internet, is, in fact, woefully inadequate. I'm taking time to create a more well-rounded resource center for worship that follows the Regulative Principle at APM.
The following are new articles and such in the Worship section of the site:
Art and Music in...