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Worship is an important subject in the Bible and, therefore, it ought to be important to us. Meadows' book aims to bring readers into the realm of pure worship according to the Word of God, our only infallible rule for doctrine and practice. He also interacts with the meaning of the Regulative Principle of Worship as formulated by some Reformed creedal statements, offering Worship is an important subject in the Bible and, therefore, it ought to be important to us. Meadows' book aims to bring readers into the realm of pure worship according to the Word of God, our only infallible rule for doctrine and practice. He also interacts with the meaning of the Regulative Principle of Worship as formulated by some Reformed creedal statements, offering a corrective to some in our day who have misunderstood this important doctrine. It is an important book, touching upon an issue that exhibits much confusion in our day, even by some who claim to be upholding a Reformed view of public worship. Take up and read! -Richard C. Barcellos, Ph.D., pastor of Grace Reformed Baptist Church, Palmdale, CA Among the plethora of voices addressing the issue of worship, Scott Meadows is a sensible and savvy voice that rises above the often heated exchanges suggesting clarity and conviction, principle and persuasion. If you have time to read only a few books on this topic, this should be one of them. But come prepared to have your convictions challenged by solid biblical arguments and an evangelist's zeal for conversion. A masterful and important contribution. -Derek W. H. Thomas, Senior Minister of First Presbyterian Church of Colombia, Columbia SC, Editorial Director, Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals Pastor Scott Meadows sounds a clarion call to go back to God's Word and discover what kind of worship is acceptable to him. His clear exegesis of Scripture, the bedrock of Reformed tradition, renders his argument irrefutable. Aiming straight at the thoughts and intents of the heart, Meadows contrasts God's worship mandate with contemporary attitudes and practices. The so-called "worship wars" would end quickly if ministers and elders would simply teach and practice the biblical teaching on public worship. -Dr. Gregory E. Reynolds, pastor emeritus, Editor of Ordained Servant: A Journal for Church Officers


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Worship is an important subject in the Bible and, therefore, it ought to be important to us. Meadows' book aims to bring readers into the realm of pure worship according to the Word of God, our only infallible rule for doctrine and practice. He also interacts with the meaning of the Regulative Principle of Worship as formulated by some Reformed creedal statements, offering Worship is an important subject in the Bible and, therefore, it ought to be important to us. Meadows' book aims to bring readers into the realm of pure worship according to the Word of God, our only infallible rule for doctrine and practice. He also interacts with the meaning of the Regulative Principle of Worship as formulated by some Reformed creedal statements, offering a corrective to some in our day who have misunderstood this important doctrine. It is an important book, touching upon an issue that exhibits much confusion in our day, even by some who claim to be upholding a Reformed view of public worship. Take up and read! -Richard C. Barcellos, Ph.D., pastor of Grace Reformed Baptist Church, Palmdale, CA Among the plethora of voices addressing the issue of worship, Scott Meadows is a sensible and savvy voice that rises above the often heated exchanges suggesting clarity and conviction, principle and persuasion. If you have time to read only a few books on this topic, this should be one of them. But come prepared to have your convictions challenged by solid biblical arguments and an evangelist's zeal for conversion. A masterful and important contribution. -Derek W. H. Thomas, Senior Minister of First Presbyterian Church of Colombia, Columbia SC, Editorial Director, Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals Pastor Scott Meadows sounds a clarion call to go back to God's Word and discover what kind of worship is acceptable to him. His clear exegesis of Scripture, the bedrock of Reformed tradition, renders his argument irrefutable. Aiming straight at the thoughts and intents of the heart, Meadows contrasts God's worship mandate with contemporary attitudes and practices. The so-called "worship wars" would end quickly if ministers and elders would simply teach and practice the biblical teaching on public worship. -Dr. Gregory E. Reynolds, pastor emeritus, Editor of Ordained Servant: A Journal for Church Officers

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    A new and timely work by Pastor D. Scott Meadows. Misunderstandings abound in our day about what constitutes or should constitute biblical worship. Pastor Meadows tackles the question head on with solid exegesis of the Scriptures powering his case. Thoroughly embracing and explaining the Regulative Principle of Worship, he shows from God’s Word, itself, how our standard of worship, not only should be, but MUST be regulated by that same Word, regardless of whatever cultural will-worship may be tr A new and timely work by Pastor D. Scott Meadows. Misunderstandings abound in our day about what constitutes or should constitute biblical worship. Pastor Meadows tackles the question head on with solid exegesis of the Scriptures powering his case. Thoroughly embracing and explaining the Regulative Principle of Worship, he shows from God’s Word, itself, how our standard of worship, not only should be, but MUST be regulated by that same Word, regardless of whatever cultural will-worship may be trending at any particular time. Even well-intentioned church leaders may stray from the biblical commands and proscriptions God has revealed to us for His acceptable worship. Every pastor, deacon and thoughtful church member will greatly benefit from reading this very accessible and convincing little book.

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