Fairbairn, Patrick – The Typology of Scripture (2 vols)

Fairbairn, Patrick – The Typology of Scripture (2 vols) is one of the standards in the field of Typology in Biblical studies. The study is itself is “replete and complete” with historical, intra-Biblical, and interdepartmental evaluations of typology. The language is ornate and intricate in Fairbairn’s writing style but well worth the effort to follow.

Anderson, Sir Robert – Forgotten Truths

In this work by Anderson, Forgotten Truths, he looks at several points of interest that many glosses over without considering too profoundly. For example, the Eternal Word of God, the Blessing of the Gentiles, the Mystery of Christ, Christ’s return, the Church age, the rapture, the Bema seat, the evangelization of the world, etc.

Boettner – Inspiration

Inspiration 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, and the plenary inspiration of the Bible.

Anderson Sir Robert – Misunderstood Texts of the Bible

In Misunderstood Texts of the Bible, Anderson takes up several passes that are quoted with a wrong understanding, and he undertakes to correct that understanding. 

Cambron – Mastering the Bible

Mastering the Bible by Mark Cambron is a tremendous work on Hermeneutics going through many principles used in order to correctly interpreting the Word of God, such as the principle of first mention, the principle of types, the principle of double reference, etc.

Watson, Thomas – Body of Practical Divinity

Thomas Watson Body of Practical Divinity is a set of sermons on different doctrinal topics of the Westminster Catechism.

Gaussen – The Divine Inspiration of the Bible

This work by Louis Gaussen, The Divine Inspiration of the Bible, is translated from German (I think, but from another language). One of the key concepts he treats is the concept of theopneustia, which is the Greek adjective, “God-Breathed” or inspired. He looks at different aspects of the Bible’s inspiration.

Smith – Basics of Bible Interpretation

This is a primer on Interpreting the Bible by Pastor Bob Smith. He has 13 chapters on how to interpret the Bible, and his form is very easy to read and understand.

Thomas – Biblical Hermeneutics: Foundational Considerations

A gradual drift from confidence in the integrity of the Bible is well underway. A vast portion of Christendom does not adhere to belief in the verbal (every word) plenary (in every section) inspiration (God-breathed) and thus inerrancy of God’s word. Believers with a high view of inspiration need to face this reality as David faced Goliath—not intimidated, but ready to take up the challenge.