The Psalter

The Only Hymnal?

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Weight 0.08 lbs
Dimensions 7.25 x 4.8 x 0.2 in
binding

Booklet

Format

Booklet

isbn

9780851518091

Original Pub Date

2001

Banner Pub Date

Sep 1, 2001

topic

Worship

page-count

32

series

Booklets/Tracts

Book Description

Should the Psalter be the only hymnal of the church? Iain Murray has sympathy with the question. Psalms set to music are a rich heritage and one not to be set aside, yet he argues that there are biblical reasons why it is a mistake to suppose that the words of the Old Testament alone are to be used in the singing of praise.

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