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Blue Point Bible Church in Blue Point New York has recently called Michael Miano to be its new pastor. So??? Well, Miano is a full preterist. This means he believes and teaches that Jesus already came back. You might think this kind of belief would rock this church which has been in existence since the 1800s. But Blue Point was already an unabashed fulfilled eschatologyi congregation.
Miano won't have many knocks in the congregation with his eschatology but I thought it would be interesting to hear how Miano plans to successfully grow this congregation. After all, many "big name" full preterists have attempted to pastor churches but have failed or had less than ideal results.
So, whether you agree or disagree with full preterism, listen to how Miano plans to try to do something practical in this congregation.
When Christians come together, song is often the result be it in congregational worship of God or in small fellowships. Christianity has a rich heritage of giving the world inspiring hymns. Another perhaps almost forgotten Christian heritage is exclusive psalmody, or the singing only of the psalms without musical accompaniment. Some Christians debate that any other form of worship of God in song is actually unbiblical and disrespectful to God (see references). Whereas other Christians at least prefer to sing the psalms and without instrumentation because singing only the psalms;
A friend of mine heard that I was an exclusive psalmist and asked if I could point out a place on the Internet where he could listen to psalms in the background as he surfed the net. I looked high and low and found no place except for one where all the psalms were assembled in one place and sung a cappella. The one place is genevanpsalter.com, a great site by Michael Owens who does a fantastic job. But even on the Genevan Psalter, he doesn't have a player to simply automatically play.
Well, I have assembled in one place, on an automatic player Mr. Owens' singing along with about 15 other a cappella versions by other singers (for variety) for your enjoyment and edification. Below (click the 'read more' link) you will find the player which should begin on its own or you can advance to your favorite psalm. Also you will find a link to an online Bible with several translations of the psalms side-by-side for your studies.
God bless and keep you.
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