The Public Worship of God: Its Authority and Modes, Hymns and Hymn Books (Classic Reprint)by James Gibson
The discussions in the following pages, with the exception of Chapters vi., vii., viii., first appeared as articles in the Watchword, The author has been requested to publish them in a separate form. Through the pressure on the pages of that Journal, arising from the necessity
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The discussions in the following pages, with the exception of Chapters vi., vii., viii., first appeared as articles in the Watchword, The author has been requested to publish them in a separate form. Through the pressure on the pages of that Journal, arising from the necessity of immediate attention to other very important subjects, relating to the great principles which it was established to illustrate and defend, greater delay was occasioned in the publication of these articles than was at first anticipated.
As the subject handled in them is not only of the highest intrinsic and general importance, but likely, and that very speedily, to occasion very serious differences of opinion in the church to which the writer of them belongs, it has been considered desirable to proceed with this publication, without waiting to complete in monthly articles, the design as first indicated.
The author has been requested to give them to the world in this separate form. He has great pleasure in complying with this request, inasmuch as, from the arrangements made, and with the entire consent of all parties interested, the already large circulation which they have received through the pages of the Watchword, will be very largely increased.
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