Understanding The Bible
STUDY REFERENCE
Clarence E. Mason's
"INTRODUCTI0N TO DOCTRINE"

BIBLIOLOGY

 


Return to Doctrine One
INTRODUCTION TO BIBLIOLOGY
   Introduction
(Bibliology, PCB 1971: p. 1-2a)
   I. Various Inadequate Theories of Inspiration
(Bibliology, PCB 1971: p. 2b-5a)
   II. Verbal and Plenary Inspiration
(Bibliology, PCB 1971: p. 5b-6a)
   III. Inspiration According to the Scriptures
(Bibliology, PCB 1971: p. 6b-11)
   IV. Testimony of the Early Church
(Bibliology, PCB 1971: p. 12-13a)
   V. Testimony of Secular Writers
(Bibliology, PCB 1971: p. 13b)
   VI. Objections to Doctrine of Verbal Inspiration
(Bibliology, PCB 1971: p. 13c-16)


 

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