FROM SILENCE TO SONG: The Davidic Liturgical Revolution by Peter Leithart The debate in many Reformed circles over worship music is only a small part of the larger question of Reformed liturgics. All sides admit that the New Testament offers relatively little instruction on liturgy, and so the debate over the regulative principle continues with apparently little hope for resolution. In this study, Peter LeithartÆs key insight reveals a prominent scriptural example of a liturgy that interprets GodÆs commands for worship in ways far more biblically grounded than traditional regulativism allows. King DavidÆs tabernacle worship becomes a rich story, not only in respect to liturgical wisdom, but also to the significance of Zion in the fulfillments of the Christian era. Peter Leithart (Ph.D. Cambridge) is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America and a senior fellow of theology and literature at New St. Andrews College, Moscow, Idaho. He is author of A House for My Name: A Survey of the Old Testament, The Kingdom and the Power, and Blessed are the Hungry: Meditations on the LordÆs Supper. He and his wife Noel have ten children.