by Michael Kruger
This study of the New Testament canon and its authority mines the Scripture to understand what the original authors and audiences believed the canon to be.Canon Revisited places a substantial focus on the theology of canon as the context, within which the historical evidence is evaluated and assessed.
by D. A. Carson
Collected Writings on Scripture is a road map of pathways to pursue, and pitfalls to avoid, when reading the Bible. D. A. Carson guides readers to confidence in God’s Word by refuting its critics and validating its truth.
by Erwin Lutzer
Erwin Lutzer offers seven foundational arguments for the reliability of Scripture. In clear, easy-to-follow language, he explores:
- The Bible’s claims about itself
- The historical reliability of the Bible
- The prophetic predictions of the Bible
- The claims of Christ concerning Scripture
- The harmony between science and the Bible
- The providence of God in preserving Scripture
- The power of the Bible to change lives
by Greg Gilbert
Written to help readers better understand why God’s Word is reliable, this short book explores the historical and theological arguments that have helped millions of believers through the centuries trust the Bible from Genesis to Revelation.
by F. F. Bruce
This study of the New Testament offers a compelling defense of biblical truth. Scholar F.F. Bruce makes a clear case for the historical trustworthiness of the Scripture, drawing on evidence from the New Testament documents themselves, as well as extra-biblical sources.
by Dr. James White
Scripture Alone is written to instill a passionate love for, and understanding of, the Bible. In this defense of God’s inspired Word, readers will comprehend what God’s Word is, the nature of Scripture, the relationship of the Bible to tradition, and how to apply Scripture to today’s issues.
Edited by John MacArthur
Under the editorial oversight of John MacArthur, this anthology of essays in defense of inerrancy, features contributions from a host of respected twentieth century evangelical leaders.
By John Piper
John Piper sets out to answer this question: How are we to know that the Christian Scriptures are the Word of God? His approach is intended to help ordinary people discern whether the Bible is, in fact, the Word of God.
by Sinclair Ferguson
- Why should we believe–as Jesus did–that the Bible it is ‘the mouth of God’?
- When did it come into existence?
- Is it inerrant?
- What do we need to learn in order to understand it better?
- How does its teaching change our lives?
Sinclair Ferguson answers these and other important questions about trusting, reading, and applying the Bible.
Edited by John MacArthur
This collection of commissioned essays by a host of evangelical pastors, theologians, historians, and biblical scholars, contends that the Bible is completely true and without error.