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The Trinity Hymnal Online

The Orthodox Presbyterian Church has provided a very helpful resource by including the Trinity Hymnal on its website. This is much more than a help for pastors who are putting together an order for worship. The online hymnal is tremendously useful for families who would like to sing through the hymnal, but may not have anyone who can read music and/or play the piano. The reason being is that along with a searchable index of lyrics comes the ability to listen to the hymns. After getting a feel for the hymn the family could then either sing a cappella or sing right along with the computer-generated accompaniment. Now we only need to ask if computer accompaniment is inside or outside the bounds of the regulative principle!

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