The name Westminster Standard is taken from the words "Westminster Standards" being the collective name for the Westminster Confession of Faith, Larger and Shorter Catechism, the Sum of Saving Knowledge, the National Covenant &c, the Directory for the Public Worship of God, Directory for Family Worship and the Form of Presbyterial Church Government*. There are the doctrinal standards of Presbyterian Churches throughout the world.
Westminster Standard Publications was formed in 1956 by young men in the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland Gisborne, New Zealand congregation, to supply a need for sound Christian literature on subjects as they arose. This volume is a reprinted collection of the first fifteen Westminster Standard publications.
Contents of Vol. 1
1. I Love the Lord's Day by R.M. M'Cheyne
2. The Singing of Psalms in the Worship of God by R.J. George
3. Instrumental Music in the Nw Testament Church by D. Beaton
4. Standing at Prayer by H.C.B. Bazely
5. The Scripturalness of Sprinkling in Baptism by W.A. MacKay
6. Hold Fast the Form of Sound Words by J.A. James and J.C. Ryle
7. Thy People Shall be Willing in the Day of Thy Power by W.C. Burns
8. God Forbid that I should Glory, Save in the Cross of Jesus Christ by D. MacFarlane
9. The Christian's Firm Bank by Lachlan MacKenzie
10. Memoir and Sermons of Rev. Alex Macleod
11. Britain's Peril by S. Collett
12. What the Churches Need by J. Colquhoun
13. Lord, is it I? by H. Martin
14. The Practical Use of Saving Knowledge
15. Account of the Revivals in the 18th Century with Sermon "The Method of Grace" by G. Whitefield
*Free Presbyterian Publications has collected these documents together in one volume available on the website.