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Griffith-Thomas, W.H. – How we got our Bible

How We Got Our Bible

And Why We Believe It Is God’s Word
By W.H. Griffith Thomas
© 1926 The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Copyright expired.
Published by Moody Press, Chicago, Illinois

In this twelve chapter book, Griffith-Thomas presents us with the origin of our Bible. He begin with the structure and history of the Bible, then the canonicity, authority, trustworthiness of the Bible. He then presents the unity of the Bible as a testimony to its divine origin, and then deals with the progressiveness of the Bible. He sums up with two chapters on the inspiration of the Bible, the interpretation of the Bible, and finally God’s purpose in giving us the Bible.

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Arnold, T. – The Christian Life: Its Course, Its Hindrances, and Its Helps.

The Christian Life: Its Course, Its Hindrances, and Its Helps.

by Thomas Arnold, D.D, Head Master of Rugby School, and Late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.

From the Fifth London Edition.
1856.

“As far as the principle on which Archbishop Laud and his followers acted went to re-actuate the idea of the church, as a co-ordinate and living power by right of Christ’s institution and express promise, I go along with them; but I soon discover that by the church they meant the clergy, the hierarchy exclusively, and then I fly off from them in a tangent.

“For it is this very interpretation of the church, that, according to my conviction, constituted the first and fundamental apostasy; and I hold it for one of the greatest mistakes of our polemical divines, in their controversies with the Romanists, that they trace all the corruptions of the gospel faith to the Papacy.”–COLERIDGE,

Literary Remains, vol. iii. p. 386.

This is a book of 30+ sermons on different aspects of the Christian life. Continue reading

Kimble, E. – Hermeneutical Principles of Progressive Revelation

Biblical Theology: Hermeneutical Principles of Progressive Revelation

Eugene Kimble, Ph.D.

In this 13 page work by Kimble (Bob Jones University) he examines the progress of revelation of sacred truth. In this work he examines the steps or progress by which God has gradually revealed truth. His sections are: Organic Growth of Revelation, Progressive Revelation is the Key to Biblical Hermeneutics (three principles), and Conclusion.

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Eiselen, F.C. – The Christian View of the Old Testament

The Christian View of the Old Testament

By Frederick Carl Eiselen

Professor in Garrett Biblical Institute
THE METHODIST BOOK CONCERN
NEW YORK ——CINCINNATI ——CHICAGO
Copyright, 1912

FREDERICK CARL EISELEN
Printed in the United States of America
First Edition Printed September, 1912
Second Printing, June, 1913
Third Printing, May, 1916
Fourth Printing, November, 1917
Fifth Printing, September, 1921
Sixth Printing, September, 1923
Seventh Printing, October, 1925
Eighth Printing, July, 1928

This is a 6 chapter work on the Christian view of the OT. The way the NT views the OT, the OT and Modern Science, Modern Criticism, Archeology, Comparative Religion, and the permanent significance of the OT. Continue reading

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Anstey, M. – How to Master the Bible

How to Master the Bible
by Martin Anstey

This is an introductory book on Bible study. It has a few general chapters on the Bible then 7 chapters on how to Study the Bible, and a a final 4 chapters on mastering the Bible and our relationship with the Bible (Wield the Bible, Enthrone the Bible, Defend the Bible).

CONTENTS

1. How to Understand the Bible
2. How to Enjoy the Bible
3. How to Authenticate the Bible
4. How to Study the Bible:
4A. The Synthetic Method, or Bible Study by Books
4B. The Parallel Method, or Bible Study by Marginal References
4C. The Topical Method, or Bible Study by Topics
4D. The Typical Method, or Bible Study by Types
4E. The Cyclopedic Method, or Bible Study by Bible Dictionary
4F. The Microscopic Method, or Bible Study by Concordance
4G. The Explanatory Method, or Bible Study by Commentary
5. How to Master the Bible
6. How to Wield the Bible
7. How to Enthrone the Bible
8. How to Defend the Bible
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