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Revelation and the Bible (Contemporary Evangelical Thought) (First printing, 1962)

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Henry, Carl F. H. (ed.) Used hardcover in good condition. Previous owner’s name on first front end page, otherwise unmarked. Dust jacket in poor condition with numerous tears. Binding firm. Slight musty smell.

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This volume deals with the crucial subject in today’s theological debate, the authority of Scripture. Editor Henry in the Preface speaks of this subject as “the watershed of theological conviction.”

Twenty-four international scholars, under the editorship of Dr. Carl F. H. Henry, Editor of Christianity Today, give the evangelical view on such phases of the subject as: revelation, inspiration, the canon, interpretation, archaeological confirmation, Biblical criticism, the unity of the Bible, etc.

This volume is an indispensable toll for every minister and theological student who sincerely seeks to keep abreast of the currents of relevant Christian thought. It is for the alert church member who is eager to honor Christ as the center and end of all knowledge.

Table of Contents

Preface by Carl F.H. Henry 7–10

Chapters
1 G.C. Berkouwer – General and Special Divine Revelation 11–24
2 Gordon H. Clark – Special Divine Revelation as Rational 25–41
3 Paul K. Jewett – Special Revelation as Historical and Personal 43–57
4 William J. Martin – Special Revelation as Objective 59–72
5 N.B. Stonehouse – Special Revelation as Scriptural 73–86
6 James I. Packer – Contemporary Views of Revelation 87–104
7 Alan M. Stibbs – The Witness of Scripture to its Inspiration 105–118
8 Pierre Ch. Marcel – Our Lord’s Use of Scripture 119–134
9 Roger Nicole – New Testament Use of the Old Testament 135–151
10 Edward J. Young – The Canon of the Old Testament 153–168
11 G. Douglas Young – The Apocrypha 169–185
12 Herman Ridderbos – The Canon of the New Testament 187–201
13 Geoffrey W. Bromiley – The Church Doctrine of Inspiration 203–217
14 R.A. Finlayson – Contemporary Ideas of Inspiration 219–234
15 Everett F. Harrison – The Phenomena of Scripture 237–250
16 Bernard Ramm – The Evidence of Prophecy and Miracle 251–263
17 J. Theodore Mueller – The Holy Spirit and the Scriptures 265–281
18 Ernest F. Kevan – The Principles of Interpretation 283–298
19 Donald J. Wiseman – Archaeological Confirmation of the Old Testament 299–316
20 F.F. Bruce – Archaeological Confirmation of the New Testament 317–331
21 N.H. Ridderbos – Reversals of Old Testament Criticism 333–350
22 Merrill C. Tenney – Reversals of New Testament Criticism 351–367
23 J. Norval Geldenhuys – Authority and the Bible 369–386
24 Frank E. Gaebelein – The Unity of the Bible 387–401

Additional information

Editor

Henry, Carl F. H.

Format

Hardcover

Condition

Good

Publisher

Baker Book House (1958)

Pages

413

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