Christian Book Guide - Doctrine Of Scripture

Sola Scriptura


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520102: Scripture Alone: The Evangelical DoctrineScripture Alone
By R.C. Sproul

Equip yourself to stand firm on the solid ground of God's truth! Featuring excerpts from his best-selling works and never-before-published material, this collection represents Sproul's most important writings on the evangelical doctrine of Scripture. Chapters include "The Case for Inerrancy," "The Internal Testimony of the Holy Spirit," "The Word of God and Authority," and more.


7339: Knowing ScriptureKnowing Scripture
By R.C. Sproul

With his usual common sense and bubbling enthusiasm, Sproul explores why every Christian should study the Bible and why so many get discouraged. He then offers clear explanations of the basic steps of interpretation and gives simple how-to's for using them. Excellent for beginner Bible readers.


40733: Standing on the RockStanding on the Rock
By James Montgomery Boice

Many people today, including Christians, have "problems" with the Bible. They have doubts about its reliability, its relevance, its revelation. Standing on the Rock gives you a solid defense against the skepticism. Pastor James Montgomery Boice presents overwhelming evidence for the Bible's inerrancy and infallibility as the divine Word of God. Arm yourself with this important book! Now includes an additional chapter, "The Sufficiency of Scripture."


84788: Dealing with Bible Problems: Alleged Errors and ContradictionsDealing with Bible Problems
By James Montgomery Boice

In this small but clearly written book, Dr. Boice argues for the historical and scientific truthfulness of Scripture by selecting a few of the best-known and most representative attacks and demonstrating that the alleged difficulties do not really present problems that are unsolveable if they are dealt with by an appropriate and reasonable methodology.


518486: Is All Scripture Inspired?Is All Scripture Inspired?
By J.C. Ryle

Is all Scripture inspired? Are the very words and expressions used by the writers from God, or does inspiration mean something less than this? Ryle was convinced that the very words are from God, and that only this view makes sense of what the Bible itself claims. Here he eloquently defends this position, answers objections, and applies the truth to the conscience of the reader.


220489: Scripture AloneScripture Alone
By James R. White

White looks at the principle behind Luther's rallying cry: "Sola Scriptura." Why do we believe God's Word trumps religious tradition? White offers answers and argues that the biblical canon must remain "the sole infallible rule of faith for the church."


15752: The King James Only Controversy: Can You Trust The Modern Translations?The King James Only Controversy
By James R. White

It was the first Bible widely available to the English-speaking world and it has been trusted by Christians for generations. Now it's the center of an emotional debate where ''King James Only'' advocates charge that today's modern versions change vital doctrines. In this sober analysis, White refutes their claims, explaining the debate's basic concerns and the importance of textual criticism. Studying Scripture central to the controversy, he gives you a clearer understanding of this highly charged issue.


18190: The Roman Catholic ControversyThe Roman Catholic Controversy
By James R. White

Is the theological rift between evangelicals and Catholics closing? White looks at Catholic beliefs about papal authority, church tradition, purgatory, Mary, and more, and contrasts them with clear explanations of the authority of Scripture and justification by faith alone. Discover why although Catholics and evangelicals share some common ground, crucial differences remain.


3988X: Reflections on the Bible: Human Word and Word of GodReflections on the Bible
By Dietrich Bonhoeffer, translated by M. Eugene Boring

Never before published in English! This newly translated compilation offers meditations, essays, and personal statements about the Bible that span Bonhoeffer's entire career. Here is the Reformation doctrine of sola Scriptura as depicted by one of the 20th century's most powerful proponents.


24277: The King James Version DebateThe King James Version Debate
By D.A. Carson

The King James Version Debate is the first book-length refutation of the view that the KJV is superior to contemporary translations written for both pastors and laypeople. Carson concisely explains the science of textual criticism since the main premise advanced by KJV proponents is the superiority of the Greek text on which it is based. After showing the problems with this premise, he refutes the propositions that: 1) the KJV is the most accurate translation 2) it is the most durable; 3) its use of the Old English forms makes it the most reverent; 4) it honors Christ more than do other versions; 5) it is most easily memorized; 6) it is most suitable for public reading.


20867: Exegetical Fallacies, Second EditionExegetical Fallacies
By D.A. Carson

Encouraging readers to be more discerning and discriminating in their elucidation of Scripture, Carson exposes improper techniques of biblical interpretation. He groups exegetical errors into categories of word study, grammar, and logic, refuting common misconceptions in a straightforward and accessible style. A working knowledge of Greek and Hebrew is helpful but not necessary.

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