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Christmas: 8 New Free Reformed MP3s



Eight of the 100+ free Puritan and Reformed MP3s in the top section below, refuting Christmas keeping, are new free Reformation MP3 listings.


Christ-Mass (Christmas) Is A Roman Catholic Missions Strategy - Classic Reformation (Puritan and Reformed) Teaching On Christmas and Other Unbiblical Holy Days; Or, Christmas, and All Man-Made Holy Days, Condemned By Christ In the Bible (Free MP3s, Videos & Online Books)


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Christmass Condemned By Christ (1/3) Puritan and Reformed Teaching On Roman Catholic (Antichrist) and Pagan Holy Days (Easter Too) by Greg Price (Free MP3)


Pastor Greg Price on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmass Condemned By Christ (2/3) Puritan and Reformed Teaching On Roman Catholic (Antichrist) and Pagan Holy Days (Easter Too) by Greg Price (Free MP3)


Justin Rawson on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmass Condemned By Christ 3/3) Puritan and Reformed Teaching On Roman Catholic (Antichrist) and Pagan Holy Days (Easter Too) by Greg Price (Free MP3)


Pastor William J Mencarow on the Puritan Hard Drive


The regulative principle of worship has clear implications for those who want to promote the celebration of Christmas. The Regulative Principle forces those who celebrate Christmas to prove from Scripture that God has authorized the celebrating of such a day. This, in fact, is impossible. - From the free online book The Regulative Principle of Worship and Christmas by Brian Schwertley


Pastor Brian Schwertley on the Puritan Hard Drive


The Regulative Principle of Worship and Christmas by Brian Schwertley (Free Online Book)


Terence Ellard on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmas, Easter, Good Friday, Immaculate Conception, Etc., Are Roman Catholic Holy Days by Brian Schwertley (Free MP3, 68 Min.)




Dr. Steven Dilday on the Puritan Hard Drive


History of Holy Days, The Christian Sabbath/Lord's Day, Christmas, Easter, Antichrist And Removing Monuments To Idolatry by Dr. Steven Dilday (7 Free MP3s)


Dr. Steven Dilday on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmas: Classic Reformation (Puritan and Reformed) Teaching (Free Books, Videos and MP3s)


Pastor William J Mencarow on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmas Keeping, A Testimony Against That Profane, Ungodly & Superstitious Custom by Increase Mather (Free MP3, 39 Min.)




Pastor Phil Gibson Recommends the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmas, Easter, Lent, And The Cross - Pagan/Roman Catholic/Antichrist Holy Days (Holidays) In The Church, Family, And Society (Free MP3, 24 Min.)




K. Thompson on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmas, An Idolatrous Holiday, An Article From the Reformed Presbyterian Magazine (Free MP3, 14 Min.)




Paul Blyth (UK) on the Puritan Hard Drive


George Gillespie, one of the Scottish Commissioners to the Westminster Assembly, and one of the greatest theologians since the days of the Apostles, writes,


By communicating with idolaters in their rites and ceremonies, we ourselves become guilty of idolatry; even as Ahaz, 2 Kings 16:10, was an idolater, eo ipso, that he took the pattern of an altar from idolaters. Forasmuch, then, as kneeling before the consecrated bread, the sign of the cross, surplice, festival days (like Christmas - ed.), bishopping, bowing down to the altar, administration of the sacraments in private places, etc., are the wares of Rome, the baggage of Babylon, the trinkets of the whore, the badges of Popery, the ensigns of Christ's enemies, and the very trophies of antichrist, -- we cannot conform, communicate and symbolise with the idolatrous Papists in the use of the same, without making ourselves idolaters by participation.


Shall the chaste spouse of Christ take upon her the ornaments of the whore? Shall the Israel of God symbolise with her who is spiritually called Sodom and Egypt? Shall the Lord's redeemed people wear the ensigns of their captivity? Shall the saints be seen with the mark of the beast? Shall the Christian church be like the antichristian, the holy like the profane, religion like superstition, the temple of God like the synagogue of Satan?" (A Dispute Against English Popish Ceremonies, in Gillespie's Works volume one, p. 80, SWRB reprint, on the Puritan Hard Drive).


Michael Caughran on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmas, A Papist Custom, An Article from the Associate Presbyterian Magazine, 1879 (Free MP3, 11 Min.)




Jack Windisch on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmas, A Popish Festival & Holy Day, Article From the Reformation Advocate Magazine (Free MP3, 7 Min.)




Pastor David Silversides on the Puritan Hard Drive


Christmas Trees and Superstition, An Article From the Reformation Advocate Magazine (Free MP3, 9 Min.)




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50 More Free MP3s Against Antichrist's Biblically Unauthorized Holy Days (Christmas, Easter, etc.)


Michael Caughran on the Puritan Hard Drive


Liturgical Antinomianism by Brian Schwertley (8 free MP3s)


A series of sermons about how Roman Catholic idolatry enters Protestantism. This whole MP3 series contains very important messages about how Satan is corrupting the worship of God in our day, using men (like James Jordan, John Frame, Doug Wilson, Steve Schlissel, Jeffrey Meyers, Vern Poythress, et al.) who claim some connections to the Reformed faith, but who, in reality, teach principles of worship much closer to Rome and the Papacy than to the Reformation and the best Reformers. To find out why John Calvin would have excommunicated both John Frame and James Jordan, given the idolatrous nature of their beliefs and public teaching regarding worship, please see http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/frameexc.htm. The free article, "A Warning Against the False and Dangerous Views of James Jordan Concerning Worship," is at http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/blastjj.htm and will also expose more about the heresy and idolatry noted throughout Brian Schwertley's must hear MP3 series entitled "Liturgical Antinomianism." This series also contains many clues as to how Papal superstition (Roman Catholicism) and will worship (idolatry) is introduced into Protestant Churches. Sermon four is a much needed study refuting the nonsense, idolatry and heresy of James Jordan. More refuting James Jordan the can be found at http://www.swrb.com/newslett/freebook/refworsh.htm (search for "Jordan"). The following quote, from Kevin Reed's, The Canterbury Tales, is apropos,


In a Lutheran/Anglican posture, Mr. Jordan is asserting that the church has been granted broad discretionary power to establish means of worship. This is similar to the Anabaptist notions, which allow the 'moving of the Spirit' to govern the present activities of the church, without any direct appeal to the law of God. In both cases, the church has the power to worship God according to the devices of men. However, the Anabaptist opts for subjectivism (due to an emphasis on individualism); the other opts for traditionalism (with an emphasis on the corporate consensus). Yet, the law of God rejects both a subjective appeal (Deut. 12:8), and an appeal to the consensus (Deut. 12:30-31). Rather, the biblical admonition directs men to the scriptural pattern of worship (Deut. 12:32).


In sermon eight Brian Schwertley conclusively demonstrates how Jordan's views on worship are seriously flawed and how his writings "often show more charity toward Papists, than toward the Reformed faith" (p. 28, The Canterbury Tales by Kevin Reed).



Pastor Greg L. Price Reviews and Recommends
the Puritan Hard Drive

Pastor Greg L. Price

Pastor Greg L. Price


I was one of those who had profited much from using the plethora of out-of-print Reformation materials offered by Still Waters Revival Books in the 62 CDs (Puritan CDs and Reformation CDs) for a number of years in  my ministry -- works that I could only have found in select libraries (usually hundreds of miles away from my residence).


With the CDs, it took a little while to go to the index of each set, locate the documents I needed, and then find the correct CD. Of course, the time was always well spent in finding that particular document that I needed.


However, now that I have the Puritan Hard Drive, I am able to use my time much more efficiently in finding that particular document I need by quickly searching for it and finding it in a matter of seconds. It's like going from "dial up" to "high-speed" Internet!


And for all of those documents that have a font that are in block letters, I am able to simply cut and paste from the Puritan Hard Drive to my own document with ease.


Amazing surprises do come in small packages!


If you want to understand Reformed theology (i.e., the whole counsel of God) the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive.


May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world (Isaiah 2:2-4)!


- Pastor Greg L. Price (Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.) Free online books, MP3s and videos by Greg Price at http://www.swrb.com/newslett/freebook/gprice.htm


Christmas: 8 New Free Reformed MP3s



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