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The inspiration of the holy writings of the Old and New Testament consider"d and improv"d In fourteen sermons preach"d at the merchants lecture at Salters Hall. By Edmund Calamy, D.D. To which is added a single sermon in vindication of the divine institution of the office of the ministry, preach"d at the same lecture. by Calamy, Edmund

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Published by printed for T. Parkhurst; J. Robinson; and J. Lawrence; also sold by J. Fox in London .
Written in English


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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 2706, no. 5.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[16],422,[2]p.
Number of Pages422
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16936687M

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The Inspiration of the Holy Writings of the Old and new Testament Consider'd and Improv'd, To Which is Added a Single Sermon in Vindication of the Divine Inspiration of the Office of the Ministry, etc. London: T. Parkhurst, ISBN: NoISBN. First Edition. Hardcover. Professionally rebound in cloth. Somewhat trimmed, but no loss of text. Full text of "The inspiration of the Holy writings of the Old and New Testament consider'd and improv'd.: In fourteen sermons preach'd at the Merchants lecture at Salters Hall." See other formats. INSPIRATION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT Christopher K. Lensch The Book of Books The Bible is unique among books. It claims to come from God. Other religious books may claim to come from God, but they always prove inferior in their message and reliability. Books like the Koran, the Book of Mormon, or the Hindu Vedas cannot match the Bible for itsFile Size: KB. An Essay On the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament [Dick, John, Parry, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An Essay On the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New TestamentAuthor: John Dick, William Parry.

THE INSPIRATION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT. BY OV.I. P. _, D.D., , D. I PROPOSE in the present article to support and illustrate the truth that the Old Testament Scriptures are the word of G They are, in a sense that is true of no other book save their younger sister the New Testament, his communi­ cation to men. The Inspiration of the New Testament. by Samuel C. Bartlett. The Princeton Review, January , pp. THE subject of Inspiration shares the common lot in needing an occasional re-statement. All themes require from time to time additional explanations, . James Efird has put together a simple and direct introduction to the Old Testament. "The Old Testament Writings" emphasizes the faith dimension of the Old Testament. The literary, critical, and historical problems of the Olde Testament are discussed but only to provide help in understanding the faith of the Bible. This very enjoyable and readable book offers a step-by-step approach to 5/5(1).   Writings existed from very early times and the books of the Old Testament reveal how later books depend upon those earlier Scriptures. This .

THE DOCTRINE OF REVELATION AND INSPIRATION IN THE OLD TESTAMENT 17 doctrine of general revelation is grounded in the teaching of the O.T. (Genesis 1 and 2, Ps etc.), it is not germane to the subject of this study. The latter division of the doctrine of File Size: KB. Full text of "An essay on the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament" See other formats.   The testimony of reliable witnesses—particularly Jesus, but also Moses, Joshua, David, Daniel, and Nehemiah in the Old Testament, and John and Paul in the New Testament—affirms the authority and verbal inspiration of the Holy Scriptures.   The Old Testament is made up of the Pentateuch; the writings of Moses. Then comes the early history of the Jewish people as they entered the promised land. Then, the Major and Minor prophets. The New Testament is the Gospels, then Acts (the formation of the church), Then The letters of the Followers of Christ to the church as it grew and spread.