Short History of the Bible – 1881 REPRINT


By Bronson C. Keeler:

This is a popular account of the formation and development of the Canon. It is an inquiry into the origin and development of the doctrine of divine revelation, beginning with a time when the books composing the Bible were not considered inspired.

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The investigation in the book will be to show who first affirmed the books to be inspired, why affirmed, and the intellectual character of the affirm-ants. The author invites the reader to share the inquiry as he has no theory to advocate. In opposing what he believes to be error, the author simply offers evidence which is accessible to most, which seems not to have had its due prominence in theology discussed among the masses, and which, if properly appreciated, must result in great changes in religious belief.

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