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  • George Rawlinson on Authorship of Biblical Texts

    George Rawlinson on Authorship of Biblical Texts

          The sacred records of the first period have come down to us in the shape of five Books, the first of which is introductory, while the remaining four present us with the history of an individual, Moses, and of the Jewish people under his guidance. Critically...

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  • C.S. Lewis on Faith

    C.S. Lewis on Faith

          Roughly speaking, the word faith seems to be used by Christians in two senses or on two levels, and I will take them in turn. In the first sense it means simply belief—accepting or regarding as true the doctrines of Christianity. That is fairly simple. But...

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  • Richard Cecil: I myself was once a professed infidel

    Richard Cecil: I myself was once a professed infidel

    I myself was once a professed infidel: that is, one who, carried away first by the love of sin, hoped the Bible might not be true. I then listened to such as were hardened enough to assert that it was not true: till, at length, I believed...

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  • B.B. Warfield on the Importance of Inspiration

    B.B. Warfield on the Importance of Inspiration

    “Let it not be said that thus we found the whole Christian system on the doctrine of plenary inspiration. We found the whole Christian system on the doctrine of plenary inspiration as little as we found it upon the doctrine of angelic existences. Were there no such...

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