Griffith-Thomas How we got our Bible

Griffith-Thomas – How we got our Bible. Authority of the Bible

Griffith-Thomas – How we got our Bible. Authority of the Bible is a 12 chapter work on the authority of the Bible, its structure, canonicity, trustworthiness, inspiration, interpretation, etc.

Griffith-Thomas – How we got our Bible. Authority of the Bible is a 12 chapter work on the authority of the Bible, its structure, canonicity, trustworthiness, inspiration, interpretation, etc.

How We Got Our Bible
And Why We Believe It Is God’s Word

“the authority of the bible”

By W.H. Griffith Thomas

Griffith-Thomas – How we got our Bible. Authority of the Bible is a 12 chapter work on the authority of the Bible, its structure, canonicity, trustworthiness, inspiration, interpretation, etc.

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© 1926 The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Copyright expired.
Published by Moody Press, Chicago, Illinois

Table of Contents of Authority of the Bible

1. Structure and History of the Bible 9
2. The canonicity of the Bible 19
3. Authority of the Bible 27
4. Authority of the Bible — Continued 34
5. The trustworthiness of the Old Testament 48
6. The trustworthiness of the New Testament 56
7. Unity of the Bible 66
8. The progressiveness of the Bible 75
9. The inspiration of the Bible 86
10. The inspiration of the Bible — Continued 96
11. Interpretation of the Bible 107
12. Purpose of the Bible 118

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    Introduction

    Appearing as a posthumous work of that dean of Bible teachers, Dr. W. H. Griffith Thomas (1861-1924), this volume should have a special appeal to all who knew and loved the author, or who are familiar with his earlier works. The Rev. W. Graham Scroggie has said that “the reading of Dr. Thomas’ books creates in one a deeper love of and desire for God as revealed in his Word,” and this is strikingly true of this clear and satisfying marshaling of evidence as to what the Bible is. These studies have appeared serially in the Friends’ Witness under the title, “The Book of Books.”