The Bible: Its Sufficiency and Supremacy

The Bible Its Sufficiency and Supremacy From The Mackintosh Treasury Miscellaneous Writings Vol I The Authority of Scripture Some we are aware would fain persuade us that things are so totally changed since the Bible was penned that we

  • Title: The Bible: Its Sufficiency and Supremacy
  • Author: C.H. Mackintosh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From The Mackintosh Treasury Miscellaneous Writings Vol I, The Authority of Scripture Some, we are aware, would fain persuade us that things are so totally changed since the Bible was penned, that we need other guidance than that which its precious pages supply They tell us that society is not what it was that the human race has made progress that there has been such aFrom The Mackintosh Treasury Miscellaneous Writings Vol I, The Authority of Scripture Some, we are aware, would fain persuade us that things are so totally changed since the Bible was penned, that we need other guidance than that which its precious pages supply They tell us that society is not what it was that the human race has made progress that there has been such a development of the powers of nature, the resources of science and the appliances of philosophy, that to maintain the sufficiency and supremacy of the Bible, at such a point in the world s history as the nineteenth century of the Christian era, can only be regarded as childishness, ignorance, or imbecility C.H.M.

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