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Presbyterian

- Legislation Concerning Public Worship In The Period Subsequent To The Revolution Of 1688

- Conclusion

- The Age Of Knox: The Formative Period Of Presbyterian Worship

- A Diet Of Public Worship In The Time Of Knox

- Knox's Book Of Common Order

- The Westminster Assembly And The Directory Of Worship

- The Period Of Controversy 1614-1645

- The Law And The Liberty Of Presbyterian Worship

- Modern Movements In Presbyterian Churches Respecting Public Worship

- Presbyterian Worship Outside Of The Established Church Of Scotland



Preaching

- Conclusion

- On Transparency

- Concerning Understanding

- Theory Of The Chapter The Man

- Passion

- The Note Of Idealism

- The Need For Certainty

- The Note Of Pity

- Theory Of The Message Chapter

- The Designation Of The Preacher



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Men Bible

- A Much Shrewder Man

- A Long Eye And A Short Eye

- Broke His Heart

- He Thought The Lord Had Made A Mistake

- A Blank Check

- The Man Born Blind And Joseph Of Arimathea

- Shot Up A Prayer

- God Honored Her Faith

- Faith

- No Physician



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Prayer Book Explained

- Psalms In Daily Services

- Structure Of The Litany

- God's Answer To Confession Is The Absolution Or Remission Of Sins

- Variations Of Words And Phrases

- Origin Of Morning And Evening Prayer

- The Rubrics After The Collects

- Easter Eve Setting Of Magnificat

- Te Deum Laudamus

- Lessons And Lectionaries

- The Creed Of Saint Athanasius



Prayers Explained

- Psalms In Daily Services

- Structure Of The Litany

- God's Answer To Confession Is The Absolution Or Remission Of Sins

- Variations Of Words And Phrases

- Origin Of Morning And Evening Prayer

- The Rubrics After The Collects

- Easter Eve Setting Of Magnificat

- Te Deum Laudamus

- Lessons And Lectionaries

- The Creed Of Saint Athanasius