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James Jordan's False Worship, On The Road To Rome This MP3 series by Brian Schwertley 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 (at the URL above), 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)."
Rev. Schwertley has been a guest preacher at over a dozen RPCNA and other reformed churches across the country. Pastor Schwertley has also been a featured speaker at The Puritan Project Conference in Brazil in June 2001, Greenville Seminary Worship Conference (Debate on Exclusive...