God the good Creator of all things, in his infinite power, and wisdom, does uphold, direct, dispose, and govern all Creatures, and things, from the greatest even to the least, by his most wise and holy providence, to the end for the which they were Created; according unto his infallible foreknowledge, and the free and immutable Counsel of his own will; to the praise of the glory of his wisdom, power, justice, infinite goodness and mercy.
— A Confession of Faith, Refreshed Edition

A Confession of Faith,
Refreshed Edition

This volume preserves the historical heritage of A Confession of Faith, Facsimile Edition, while being minimally refreshed in its English use, intentionally limited to archaic spelling, archaic verbal endings (-eth, -th), an archaic personal pronoun (ye), archaic punctuation spacing, and the addition of apostrophes in the possessive case (Gods), all in a guarded effort employing both deference and reserve.

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Heidelberg Catechism

The Heidelberg Catechism was written in Heidelberg at the request of Elector Frederick III, from 1559 to 1576. The Heidelberg Catechism was adopted in Heidelberg and published in German with a preface by Frederick III, dated January 19, 1563. A second and third German edition, each with some small additions, were published in Heidelberg in the same year. — Westminster Theological Seminary


Refreshed American Standard Version

New Testament with Psalms

For decades, scholars have referred to the American Standard Version as the “Rock of Biblical Honesty,” and have held convictions that “interest in it should be renewed and increased, with the chief inducement being its recognized value which deserves and demands perpetuation.” The RASV has endeavored to handle the English text with both deference and reserve, intending this singular standard ought merely to be refreshed, rather than revised, or replaced.