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Is Christ infallible and the Bible true?

Author: Hugh McIntosh
Publisher: Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark, 1901.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh McIntosh
OCLC Number: 5055666
Description: xxviii, 719 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Book I: Christ's Place in Theology, and Christ and the Controversies --
The Prominence of Christ in Recent Theology --
Christ's Place as a Religious Teacher-Unique --Review of Recent Speculation on the Teaching of Jesus From the Standpoint of Christ's Supremacy --
The Sermon on the Mount. Its Place in Revelation and in the Teaching of Jesus --
Principal A. M. Fairbairn's Views and Cognate Views- "The Place of Christ in Modern Theology." --
Dr. Fairbairn's Improved Restatement of the Mind of Christ --
The Ritschlians' and Similar Views --
Christ's Teaching on Holy Scripture --
Book II: Is Christ Infallible as a Teacher? --
The Seriousness of the Question, and When it is Raised --
The Errorists' Alleged Ground of Christ's Fallibility, and their Manifest Untenableness --
The Disproof of the Theory from Scripture, and the Proof of his Infallibility --
The Assumed Grounds in Reason For Christ's Errancy, and Erroneousness, and the Momentousness of the Issues --
The Logical Conclusions and Momentous Issues Of all Theories Denying or Questioning Christ's Infallibility --
Book III: The State of the Question (Status QuÆstionis). The Bible Claim and Preliminary Proof. --
General Misconceptions and Misrepresentations. Opposite Extremes --
Misconceptions and Confusions --
Confusing Truthfulness with Scientific Accuracy and Absolute Perfection --
Misrepresentations and Caricatures --
Indefinite Erroneousness Alleged in Great and Essential Things --
How Easy and Necessary the Descent from all Theories of Indefinite Erroneousness to Rationalism and Scepticism --
The Status QUÆtionis --
Book IV: The Bible Claim and General Proof. The Truthfulness, Trustworthiness, and Divine Authority of Holy Scripture --
Preliminary Considerations --
The Locus Classicus on the Question --
The General and Specific Scripture Proof --
Remarks on and Teaching of the Evidence --
What This Evidence Settles --
Book V: The Opposing Views Stated and Contrasted Apologetically, the Apologetic Positions and the Sceptic's Apology and Reply --
The Bible Claims to be True, Trustworthy, and of Divine Authority. Christ Endoreses That Claim --
The Contrasted Apologetic Positions --
The Testimony of the Spirit, and the Sceptic's Apology-Second and Third Stages --
(II.) The Defence of Christianity From the Inerrantists' Position --
The Contrasted Positions Compared Apologetically. Indefinite Erroneousness and Thorough Truthfulness --
The Defence of the Christian Faith from the Standpoint of Christ, and the Bible Claim --
Book VI: The Essential Rationalism of all Theories of the Indefinite Erroneousness of Scripture --
The Avowedly and Practically Rationailstic Theories --
The Partially and Implicitly Rationalistic Theories --
Varieties and Modifications of the Errorists' Theories --
Book VII: Difficulties and Objections, Additional Confirmations, Résumé, Cumulative Argument.
Responsibility: by Hugh M'Intosh.

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