The inspiration and authority of the Bible / by Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield ; edited by Samuel G. Craig ; with an introduction by Cornelius Van Til.Publication details: Philadelphia, Pa. : Presbyterian and Reformed Pub. Co.; Distributed by Baker House, 1970. Description: 446 p. ; 24 cmSubject(s): Bible. -- Evidences, authority, etc | Bible. -- Inspiration | RevelationDDC classification: 220.13
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Dr. Robert Lowery collection
A reprint, with the omission of 2 articles, of the author's Revelation and inspiration.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The biblical idea of revelation --
The Church doctrine of inspiration --
The biblical idea of inspiration --The real problem of inspiration --
The terms "scripture" and "scriptures" as employed in the New Testament --
"God-inspired Scripture" --
"It says," "Scripture says," "God says" --
"The Oracles of God" --
The Canon of the New Testament --
Inspiration and criticism.
This volume contains the principal articles by the late Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield having to do with the nature and authority of the Bible. A distinctly biblical theologian, fully abreast of the critical scholarship of the day, and a foe of irrationalism in all its forms -- faith for him was conviction grounded on evidence -- it is not surprising that he devoted such exceptional attention to this theme. Written from time to time and printed in various publications during his lifetime, these articles were included in the volume Revelation and Inspiration published by the Oxford University Press subsequent to his death. - Foreword.