Concordia Theological Monthly

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verbal inspiration, miracle, infallible, psychology, error, revelation

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Bible Study; Lecture; Sermon Prep


"The vast majority of the difficulties and objections arise from erroneous preconceptions and false presuppositions, untenable assumptions and unfounded assertions, strange misconceptions and persistent misrepresentations, by mistakes and misstatements of the questions -with all the fallacious inferences there from. … The prevalence of errors in Scripture is proclaimed ad nauseam in many of our current reviews, both theological and general; in periodicals, both religious and secular; and in many of the recent books bearing on the question." (H. M’Intoah, Is Christ Infallible and the Bible True? Pp. 473, 621.) At the risk of nauseating the reader we shall discuss a few more of the sophistries and absurdities with which the moderns assail the verbal inspiration and the infallibility of the Bible.


Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion

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Laity; Ministers; Scholars