The Inspiration and Authority of Holy Scripture: A Study in the Literature of the First Five Centuries (Classic Reprint)

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A Christian finds in Holy Scripture the classical documents of his religion: its Books are the title-deeds of his faith. He believes that in them is contained a record of Divine Revelation made by men under the impulse of the Spirit of God. His belief is enshrined in the words of the Nicene Creed, "I believe in the Holy Ghost... Who spake by the prophets." To the Church, for the first century and a half of its existence, the Law and the Prophets were still the only Canonical Scriptures; later on, when the Gospels came to be received as the Christian Canon, they were "welcomed as a further instalment of the Holy Spirit's work," Who spake (to quote the words of the Cappadocian Creed) "in the Law and in the Prophets and in the Gospels"; the Church believed that the Spirit Who inspired the Prophets is identical with the Paraclete Who descended on the Apostles.

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