A Study of the Theology of the 17th-Century Lutheran Dogmaticians
- Logos autopistos, or, Scriptures self-evidence by Thomas Ford
- Disputations on Holy Scripture
- Text and Time
- On Holy Scriptures from Elenctic Theology
- PPRD Vol 2 The Holy Scriptures
- John Jewel - TREATISE OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES
- The Believing Bible Study
- Clavis Bibliorum: The Key of the Bible
- Diodati's Pious Annotations on the Holy Bible
- The Authenticity and Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures
- A Body of Divinity: Sum & Substance of the Christian Religion
- Truth's Victory Over Error
- A Scholastical History of the Canon
- The Canon of Holy Scripture - Both Parts
- Theopneusty - Plenary Inspiration of Holy Scriptures
- A Treatise of Divinity by Edward Leigh
- Richard Capel's Remains
- The Inspiration of Scripture
- In Defense of the Authenticity of 1 John 5:7
There are two reasons which justify an investigation into the position of the seventeenth-century Lutheran dogmaticians regarding the inspiration of Scripture.
First, the dogmaticians have had no small theological influence upon their Lutheran posterity, even down to the present day.
Second, the attitude of the old dogmaticians toward Scripture has been the chief point where they are remembered and judged.
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