Infallible Word: A Symposium
Stonehouse, N. B.
“This fine symposium...stands for the high Protestant doctrine of Scripture and gives valuable material on such related themes as expository preaching.”See All
W. J. Grier
The Best Books, 1968
“Written by seven scholars of undisputed competence in five departments of theological study, this book presents to the reader a full-rounded discussion of the problems and of the truth regarding Scripture.”See All
Howard David Higgins
Westminster Theological Journal, 1969
“...on biblical authority...and excellent series of Reformed essays.”See All
Joel R. Beeke
President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
“This book [has] rendered great service in helping and strengthening the faith of true evangelical people...[I] urge all who are anxious to stand steadfastly against the alarming drift even among evangelicals to read it and study it with diligence. It will inform their minds, warm their hearts, and strengthen their resolution.”See All
D. Martyn LloydJones (From the foreword to the second edition)
“We hope that this symposium,” wrote editors N. B. Stonehouse and Paul Woolley in 1946, “may serve to clarify the position of orthodox Christianity with respect to the Bible. The issues of the day require us to take stock of this doctrine in a far more comprehensive way than is done in some of the brief formulations of faith which have gained favor in certain circles.”
Contributing to this classic work on biblical authority, in addition to the editors, are John Murray, Edward J. Young, John H. Skilton, R. B. Kuiper, and Cornelius Van Til. The first edition was published in 1946, the second in 1967.
Includes a Foreword by D. M. Lloyd-Jones