Bibliology

Alexander Authenticity Inspiration & Canonical Authority of Scripture

Evidences of the Authenticity, Inspiration, and Canonical Authority of the Holy Scriptures
By the Rev. Archibald Alexander, D.D.
Prof. of Theology in Theological Seminary at Princeton.
PHILADELPHIA : PRESBYTERIAN BOARD OF PUBLICATION
AND SABBATH-SCHOOL WORK, No. 1334 Chestnut Street.

Entered according to the act of Congress in the year 1836, by Archibald Alexander, in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the District of New Jersey.

In this 23 chapter work on Bibliology by Alexander (Presbyterian), he examines various aspects of the Bible (bibliology) including prophecy, inspiration, preservation, etc. Continue reading

Boettner The Inspiration Of Scripture

The Inspiration Of Scripture

by Loraine Boettner

This is a 6 chapter work on the inspiration of Scripture by Boettner (Presbyterian). He deals with the nature of inspiration, what the writers claim, the Holy Spirit’s influence in inspiration, the alleged errors of Scripture, the trustworthiness of the Bible, nad the plenary inspiration of the Bible.





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Bullinger, E.W. – Number in Scripture

Number in Scripture:
Its Supernatural Design and Spiritual Significance

by E. W. Bullinger (1837-1913)
Fourth Edition, Revised.  1921

In this 16 chapter work on numerology, Bullinger (Brethren-HyperDispensationalist) presents the numerical representations of different numbers in the Bible.

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Litke, S. – How We Got the Bible

How We Got the Bible
Study By: Sid Litke
2009

This 8 chapter work by Litke (Dallas Theological Seminary) presents us with a study on the origin of our Bible. His chapters are Introduction, revelation, inspiration, inerrancy, transmission, canoncity, translation, and a final chapter, Interpretation, Illumination, and Application. Continue reading

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Bryant, R. – Inspiration and Revelation

INSPIRATION AND REVELATION
BEING THE THIRD HARTLEY LECTURE,
DELIVERED BEFORE THE CONFERENCE
AT GRIMSBY, i4th JUNE, 1899 ….

BY REV. ROBERT BRYANT
1899
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Note: This is a republish from April 11, 2011 of this module. There were three chapters missing which I have found and added/updated.




In this older work by Bryant, he begins with preliminary discussions on the Canon of the OT and NT, and the character of Scripture (divine-human), and errors of Scripture. He then turns to the inspiration of Scripture, and the Holy Spirit’s involvement in the production of Scripture, the prophets (and false prophets), and the writers of Scripture. The he turns to the Scriptures as inspired writings and what this means. Next he explores the revelation of Scripture by God. and the next section the evidences of revelation. In this chapter he deals with miracles and revelation. Finally he deals with the moral manifestion and its relationship with Scripture.

In this 86 chapter book on inspiration and revelation, Bryant (Methodist) has it divided into 5 parts: preliminary discussions (8 chapters), inspiration (13 chapters), The Scriptures as inspired writings (13), revelation (23), and revelation and its evidences (3). This book is a result of the Hartley lectures (Methodist) for 1899.

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