The Authority of Scripture

Man does not establish authority; he acknowledges it. This is the proper procedure, though seldom observed, Man wants to acknowledge only that authority which he himself establishes or at the least gives consent to, All other authority is offensive to his sense of autonomy and ultimacy, As a result, the claims of Scripture are particularly offensive to […]

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What They are Thinking…

Karl Barth and Biblical Theology Recent periodical literature has given more than usual attention to the Swiss theologian, Karl Barth. The immediate occasion for all this attention, in addition to his continued leadership of neo-orthodox thought, was his seventieth birthday last May. Theology Today, representing Princeton Seminary mainly, devoted an entire issue (October, 1956) to articles in […]

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