Excerpt from The Nature of ScriptureThis volume contains a collection of papers and lectures mainly concerned with the nature and value of Scripture as it appears to a student who combines an acceptance of critical method with a loyal adhesion toMoreExcerpt from The Nature of ScriptureThis volume contains a collection of papers and lectures mainly concerned with the nature and value of Scripture as it appears to a student who combines an acceptance of critical method with a loyal adhesion to the evangelical faith. Most of the papers included were written for Conferences- but the two Deansgate Lectures and the sermon on The Record of Revelation have been reproduced from shorthand reports of extempore utterances, and it has seemed undesirable to obliterate the traces of this origin.
I have to thank my old friend Mr. Cradock-Watson for the cordial permission to reprint The Teaching of Scripture as Determined by the Nature of Scripture, and the authorities of the recent Ecumenical Methodist Conference for similar permission to reprint the second paper on The Modern Criticism of the Bible.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
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