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Book Description

Title:
The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible. A.S. Peake Memorial Lecture No. 1
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Epworth Press
Pages:
46
Subjects:
Inspiration, Authority, Bible
Copyright Holder:
The Snaith Family. Reproduced by Permission

Norman Henry Snaith [1898-1982], The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible. A.S. Peake Memorial Lecture No. 1

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible
    1. The Bibl is not a Book, but a collection of books
    2. The first attack on 'the infallible Book'
    3. The modern attack
      1. The uniqueness in not in literary style
      2. The uniqueness is not in the myths and legends
      3. The uniqueness is not in the early laws
      4. The testimony of comparative religion
      5. Modern historical study
    4. Has the Bible one common theme?
    5. The use of allegory in order to maintain the One Theme
    6. What is the Golden Thread of Scripture?
    7. How is this Salvation to be accomplished and what are thye conditions which men must fulfil?
    8. Conclusion