Endorsements

MICHAEL HORTON

J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California

“This well-selected collection of liturgies makes it easy to see in concrete, practical terms how the truths of God’s Word shaped the worship of God’s people. I’ll definitely be using this in class.”

BRYAN CHAPELL

Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church, Author of Christ-Centered Worship

“A rich treasury of resources from within the Reformed tradition that inform contemporary worship planning, reformation, revitalization, and innovation.”

STEPHEN J. NICHOLS

President, Reformation Bible College

“This delightful book brings together a supremely rich and rewarding collection of Reformation liturgies. May it serve the Church today as we seek to praise and adore God in biblical fidelity and earnestness.”

JOEL R. BEEKE

President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids

“Whether we come as eager students of Christian history or as worshipers hungry to bring to God what pleases him, this fascinating book of liturgies provides much food for thought and life. A treasure house of enlightening and helpful material!”

MARK D. THOMPSON

Principal, Moore Theological College, Sydney

“Worship is undoubtedly an all-of-life affair. Nevertheless, we need to learn how to respond to God’s overflowing grace when we are together, and this resource will serve that need for many years to come.”

MIKA EDMONDSON

Pastor, New City Fellowship OPC

“With historical accuracy and fresh insights, this volume highlights both the unity and diversity among the Reformers’ worship practices—a liturgical treasure-trove.”

MARK GARCIA

Director of Greystone Institute

Reformation Worship ought to be carefully studied by all who lead and participate in Reformed worship and education. The editors are to be enthusiastically thanked for their important work.”

PAUL LEVY

Minister, IPC Ealing, London

“The crying need for the Church to rediscover theologically rich liturgy, which is both beautiful and edifying, is ably met here.”

JON D. PAYNE

Minister, Christ Church Presbyterian, Charleston, South Carolina

Reformation Worship is an essential resource for modern pastors and laypeople. It unearths a treasure trove of freshly translated Reformation liturgies—with scholarly reflection—that challenge us to worship God on his terms, not man’s. Informative and inspirational, this volume will prove valuable for many years to come.”

TONY LANE

Professor of Historical Theology, London School of Theology

“An invaluable and handy resource for those with an interest in Reformation worship, both to access individual liturgies and for the purpose of comparison.”

RHYS BEZZANT

Dean of Missional Leadership, Ridley College, Melbourne; Director of the Jonathan Edwards Center, Australia

“From the introductory lowlands of biblical theology and liturgical principles, to the textual highlands of famous and forgotten orders of worship, this book has something to engage students, pastors, and academics alike.”

IAN SMITH

Principal, Christ College, Sydney

“In our current age that eschews traditional roots, Reformation Worship is a very welcome addition.”

IAN HAMILTON

Lecturer in Church History, Edinburgh Theological Seminary 

“The publication of Reformation Worship is a timely reminder of the rich, God-centered, Trinitarian, Christ-exalting worship that marked the Reformation.”

LEE GATISS

Director of Church Society

“In this impressive collection of liturgies from the era of the Reformation, Jonathan Gibson and Mark Earngey have assembled a stellar cast of teachers to urge the modern church to reflect more carefully and critically on how to shepherd the flock in corporate worship.”

KATHLEEN NIELSON

Director of The Gospel Coalition’s Women’s Initiatives

Reformation Worship opens to us a deeply layered treasure of words and worship. The prayers and liturgies made accessible in this volume are diverse and yet beautifully unified in their gospel-centered focus.”

DAVID STRAIN

Minister of First Presbyterian, Jackson, Mississippi

“We may begin to read Reformation Worship with an academic interest, but the spirit of mere rational inquiry will soon give way to the spirit of doxology.”

RICHARD B. GAFFIN, JR.

Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology, Emeritus, Westminster Theological Seminary

“Here is a rich resource that will greatly profit those who share the early Reformers’ commitment to furnish the Church with sound liturgy, but, like them, are above all, in the words of the editors, ‘concerned more with a beautiful Savior than with a beautiful service.’”

MICHAEL HAYKIN

Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“This new collection of Reformation liturgies is an extremely helpful reminder of our need to follow Scripture when it comes to worship. Highly recommended.”

HARRY L. REEDER, III

Senior Pastor, Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama

“If you desire to know what the Magisterial Reformers theologically embraced concerning divine worship in our Lord’s Church, then this volume is a gift of God’s providence for you. Come, let us worship and bow down!”

MICHAEL MCCLENAHAN

Professor of Systematic Theology, Union Theological College, Belfast

“This deeply edifying and challenging collection of liturgies has the potential to renew our longing for worship that is pleasing and acceptable to the one who is Father, Son, and Spirit.”

STEVEN GUNN

Professor of Early Modern History, University of Oxford

“The editors of this volume deserve our gratitude for making accessible to the churches of today a rich variety of liturgical resources from the fertile legacy of the European Reformations.”

ASHLEY NULL

German Research Council Fellow, Faculty of Theology, Humboldt University of Berlin

“At a time of general evangelical reassessment of congregational practices, many will welcome the unique opportunity provided by this book to reconsider covenantal worship in the light of the Bible and the Reformation.”

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