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  1. Bible Commentaries
  3. Letters 54-72
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The people who answer in this way certainly seem to render a more solid reason than those who found their assertion about inspiration upon the tradition of an authoritative church. Horton , M. London: T. Fisher Unwin , There are, it is well known, many theories of inspiration. But whatever view or theory of inspiration men may hold, plenary, verbal, dynamical, mechanical, superintendent, or governmental, they refer either to the inspiration of the men who wrote, or to the inspiration of what is written.

In one word, they imply throughout the work of God the Holy Ghost, and are bound up with the concomitant ideas of authority, veracity, reliability, and truth divine.

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Chicago: Testimony Publishing Company. The present Hebrew text is admitted by the most able scholars of the day to be substantially accurate, the great majority of the errors discovered being of a trivial description, such as the misspelling or transposing of words, the omission of insignificant particles or their insertion, and errors of the like description.

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The variations of the MSS. Westcott and Hort for saying that the New Testament variations of any importance, if all put together, would not exceed one thousandth part of the whole text. Inspiration is not affected by minor differences in various narratives. While God used men as media of communication, they were not mere machines, but were left to use their faculties in individual freedom. Hence arose peculiarities, not only of style, but of treatment, according as the same utterances or occurrences might impress each observer or narrator.

But this, instead of impairing, rather increases the trustworthiness of the record, as it proves that there could have been no prior agreement or conspiracy among the various writers.


Most so-called discrepancies or disagreements disappear when the various records are regarded as partial, rather than complete, as each of the four Gospel narratives may present some feature not found in the rest, but capable of being combined with the others in one full statement. There is, therefore, no antagonism or contradiction.

Arthur T. Pierson , p. New York: Gospel Publishing House , The revelations of prophecy are facts which exhibit the divine omniscience. Respecting the particular manner of divine inspiration, there are two opinions extant: SBBS That the Spirit of God inspired the thoughts; but that the writers were left to express themselves in their own words and phrases, but they were so guided that they were kept from theological errors.

That every word was suggested to them by the Spirit of God, and that the writers did nothing but write. This is verbal inspiration Both views secure the Scriptures from all error. Bible, History in, Differs from Other Histories.

Letters 54-72

In other histories we see the great tendency to hero worship. The historian has some favorite character. He wants to show what a grand man that was. The Bible never wants to show what a grand man anybody was. There is no hero worship in the Bible.

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  5. Bible, Credibility of. Gladstone , pp. London: Wm. Isbister , It is of no use to say that Christ, as exhibited in the Gospels, is not historical-who among his disciples or among their proselytes was capable of inventing the sayings ascribed to Jesus, or of imagining the life and character revealed in the Gospels? Certainly not the fishermen of Galilee, as certainly not St. Bible, Credibility of: Archeological and Geographical Confirmations. Through a series of marvelous discoveries and romantic events we have been let into the secrets of wonderful centuries of hitherto unknown peoples and events Now through the co-operation of explorer, archeologist, and linguist, we are the heirs of what was formerly regarded as prehistoric times These marvelous revelations from the archives of the nations of the past have painted for us a new background, in fact, our first background, of the Old Testament.

    Almost every year ancient records are brought to light which confirm some statement of the Old Testament which the scholars supposed to be a mistake. One of the most familiar is that with reference to the location of Ur of the Chaldees. Scholars knew of only one Ur, and it was at Oorfah, six hundred miles away from Chaldea. So they said the Bible must be mistaken. The scholars were wrong because they did not have the facts in hand.

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    When the facts came to light, the Scriptures proved to be exactly correct. The more light men bring to bear upon the Old Testament, the more certain becomes the accuracy of its historic statements. Bible, St. Basil on. New York: E. Jerome on. Bible, Pope Pius VI on. This you have seasonably effected Brooklyn: International Catholic Truth Society. London: We must deny to Protestantism any right to use the Bible, much more to interpret it. We answer, therefore, boldly, that we give not the Word of God indiscriminately to all, because God himself has not so given it.

    In Catholic countries, such as can read, or do read, have access to the Latin Version without restraint But though the Scriptures may be here permitted [in Great Britain, with notes] we do not urge them on our people; we do not encourage them to read them; we do not spread them to the utmost among them.

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    Certainly not. LXIV , p. It is the impelling motive of their work. But it would be likewise the violation of one of the first principles of the Catholic faith-a principle arrived at through observation as well as by revelation-the insufficiency of the Scriptures alone to convey to the general reader a sure knowledge of faith and morals.

    Consequently, the Council of Trent, in its fourth session, after expressly condemning all interpretations of the sacred text which contradict the past and present interpretation of the church, orders all Catholic publishers to see to it that their editions of the Bible have the approval of the bishop. Besides this and other regulations concerning Bible reading in general, we have several acts of the Popes directed explicitly against the Bible societies.

    To quote the former loc. It is to be feared that by false interpretation, the gospel of Christ will become the gospel of men, or still worse, the gospel of the devil. The Pope then urges the bishops to admonish their flocks that owing to human temerity, more harm than good may come from indiscriminate Bible reading. Pius IX says loc. Thus, the divine traditions, the teaching of the Fathers, and the authority of the Catholic Church are rejected, and every one in his own way interprets the words of the Lord, and distorts their meaning, thereby falling into miserable errors.

    III , art. Bible, Greek Church on. Everything necessary to salvation is stated in the Holy Scriptures with such clearness, that every one, reading it with a sincere desire to be enlightened, can understand it. Bible, The French Confession of Faith a. We believe that the Word contained in these books has proceeded from God It is not lawful for men, nor even for angels, to add to it, to take away from it, or to change it.

    Whence it follows that no authority, whether of antiquity, or custom, or numbers, or human wisdom, or judgments, or proclamations, or edicts, or decrees, or councils, or visions, or miracles, should be opposed to these Holy Scriptures. Bible, The Belgic Confession a.

    We believe that these Holy Scriptures fully contain the will of God, and that whatsoever man ought to believe unto salvation, is sufficiently taught therein. Bible, The Westminster Confession of Faith on. The infallible rule of interpretation of Scripture is the Scripture itself; and therefore, when there is a question about the true and full sense of any Scripture which is not manifold, but one , it must be searched and known by other places that speak more clearly. Holy Scripture containeth all things necessary to salvation: so that whatsoever is not read therein, nor may be proved thereby, is not to be required of any man, that it should be believed as an article of the faith, or be thought requisite or necessary to salvation.

    John Newton Brown, D. Bible, Confession of the Freewill Baptists a. They are a sufficient and infallible guide in religious faith and practice. Bible, Methodist Articles of Religion on. The Holy Scriptures contain all things necessary to salvation; so that whatsoever is not read therein, nor may be proved thereby, is not to be required of any man that it should be believed as an article of faith, or be thought requisite or necessary to salvation The Old Testament is not contrary to the New; for both in the Old and New Testament everlasting life is offered to mankind by Christ, who is the only Mediator between God and man, being both God and man.

    Wherefore they are not to be heard who feign that the old fathers did look only for transitory promises. Although the law given from God by Moses, as touching ceremonies and rites, doth not bind Christians, nor ought the civil precepts thereof of necessity be received in any commonwealth, yet, notwithstanding, no Christian whatsoever is free from the obedience of the commandments which are called moral.

    Bible, Congregationalists on.