En route to Southeby’s, Bay Psalm Book traces nation’s seesaw religious history
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Their participation would add a fascinating twist to the Bay Psalm story. Most contemporary evangelicals are theologically distant from the Massachusetts Bay Puritans. But in their exaltation of Scripture, they resemble the old "divines" more than, say, the current leadership at Old South.
If the Bay Psalm Book ends up with the Greens or likeminded Christians next Tuesday, it may be said, after a fashion, to have come home.
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