Symposium by the Members of the Faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary - Murray, Young, Stonehouse, Skilton, Woolley, Kuiper, and Van Til - on Scripture's attestation, authority, transmission, and relevancy; scriptural preaching; and Scripture and nature. 301 pages from P&R Publishers.
A symposium by the members of the faculty of Westminster Theological SeminaryMurray, Young, Stonehouse, Skilton, Woolley, Kuiper, and Van Tilon Scriptures attestation, authority, transmission, and relevancy; scriptural preaching; and Scripture and nature.
[One of] the two most helpful books on biblical authority. . . . an excellent series of Reformed essays.
This fine symposium . . . stands for the high Protestant doctrine of Scripture and gives valuable material on such related themes as expository preaching.
This book (has) rendered great service in helping and strengthening the faith of true evangelical people. . . . [I] urge all who are anxious to stand steadfastly against the alarming drift even among evangelicals to read it and study it with diligence. It will inform their minds, warm their hearts, and strengthen their resolution.
Written by seven scholars of undisputed competence in five departments of theological study, this book presents to the reader a full-rounded discussion of the problems and of the truth regarding Scripture.
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