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If you are interested in reading more about some topics that make the Reformed Presbyterian Church distinct, see below.
History of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America
William J. Edgar, History of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, 1871-1920. Published in 2020, available from Crown & Covenant Publications. https://crownandcovenant.com/
Gaines Foster, Moral Reconstruction, 2002.
Athanasius, Letter to Marcellinus. https://www.trinityorthodox.ca/sites/default/files/Athanasius-ToMarcellinus.pdf
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Psalms, The Prayer Book of the Bible
Michael LeFebvre, Singing the Psalms of Jesus: Revisiting the Psalms
Singing without instrumental accompaniment
John Girardeau, Instrumental Music in the Public Worship of the Church
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, see excerpt opposing organs at https://heidelblog.net/2014/09/aquinas-the-use-of-instruments-in-public-worship-is-judaizing/
John Calvin, excerpts from commentaries: https://reformedbooksonline.com/john-calvin-on-musical-instruments-in-worship/
Christian Adjemian, http://www.reformedprescambridge.com/articles/women_deacons.pdf
The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter, https://rparchives.org/data/RP_Covenanter/rpc1888.pdf-Red.pdf scroll down to pp. 423-435 in the browser (pp. 383-394 in the text).
The Minutes of the 2002 Synod, https://rparchives.org/data/Minutes%20of%20Synod/2002%20Minutes.pdf, see pp. 114-122.
For more resources, see http://www.reformedprescambridge.com/ and click on articles.