Chapter 1.The History of Higher Criticism

By Canon Dyson Hague, M. A., Rector of the Memorial Church, London, Ontario. Lecturer in Liturgics and Ecclesiology, Wycliffe College, Toronto, Canada. Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Huron.

 

Chapter 2.The Mosaic Authorship of the Pentateuch

By Professor George Frederick Wright, D. D., L. L. D., Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio.

Chapter 3.The Fallacies of the Higher Criticism

By Professor Franklin Johnson, D. D., L. L. D.

Chapter 4.The Bible and Modern Criticism

By F. Bettex, D. D., Professor Emeritus, Stuttgart, Germany. (Translated from the original German, by David Heagle, D. D.)

Chapter 5. The Holy Scriptures and Modern Negations

By Professor James Orr, D. D., United Free Church College, Glasgow, Scotland.

Chapter 6. Christ and Criticism

By Sir Robert Anderson, K. C. B., L. L. D., Author of A "The Bible and Modern Criticism" etc., London, England.

Chapter 7. Old Testament Criticism and New Testament Christianity

By Professor W. H. Griffith Thomas, Wycliffe College, Toronto, Canada.

Chapter 8. The Tabernacle in the Wilderness: Did it exist?

A Question Involving the Truth or Falsity of the Entire Higher Critic Theory, by David Heagle, Ph. D., D. D., Professor of Theology and Ethics, Ewing College; Translator of the "Bremen Lectures" Author of "Moral Education" and"That Blessed Hope" etc.

Chapter 9. Internal Evidence of the Fourth Gospel

By Canon G. Osborne Troop, M. A. Montreal, Canada.

Chapter 10. The Testimony of Christ to the Old Testament

By William Caren, D. D., L. L. D., Late Principal of Knox College, Toronto, Canada.

Chapter 11. The Early Narritives of Genesis

By Professor James Orr, D. D. United Free Church College, Glasgow, Scotland.

Chapter 12. One Isaiah

By Professor George L. Robinson, D. D., McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois.

Chapter 13. The Book of Daniel

By Professor Joseph D. Wilson, D. D., Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Author of "Did Daniel Write Daniel?"

Chapter 14. The Doctrinal Value of the First Chapter of Genesis

By the Revelation Dyson Hague, M. A. Vicar of the Church of the Epiphany; Professor of Liturgics, Wycliffe College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Chapter 15 The Three Peculiarities of the Pentateuch which are incompatible with the Graf-Wellhausen Theories of its Composition

By Andrew Craig Robinson, M. A., Ballineen, County Cork, Ireland. Author of "What about the Old Testament?"

Chapter 16. The Testimony of the Monuments to the truth of the Scriptures

By Professor George Frederick Wright, D. D., L. L. D., Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio.

Chapter 17. The Recent Testimony of Archeology to the Scriptures

By M. G. Kyle, D. D., L. L. D., Egyptologist. Professor of Biblical Archaeology, Xenia Theological Seminary; Consulting Editor of "The Records of the Past" Washington, D.C. (The numbers in brackets throughout this article refer to the notes at the end of the article).

Chapter 18. Science and Christian Faith

By Professor James Orr, D. D. United Free Church College, Glasgow, Scotland.

Chapter 19. My Personal Experience with the Higher Criticism

By Professor J. J. Reeve, Southwestern Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas.

Chapter 20 The Inspiration of the Bible-Definition, Extent and Proof

By Rev. James M. Gray, D.D., Dean of Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Ill.

Chapter 21 Inspiration

By Evangelist L. W. Munhall, M. A., D. D., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Author of "Highest Critics vs. Higher Critics."

Chapter 22 The Moral Glory of Jesus Christ, A Proof of Inspiration

By Rev. William G. Moorehead, D. D., President of Xenia Theological Seminary. Xenia, Ohio.

Chapter 23 The Testimony of the Scriptures to Themselves

By Rev. George S. Bishop, D. D., East Orange, New Jersey.

Chapter 24 Testimony of the Organic Unity of the Bible to its Inspiration

By the late Arthur T. Pierson.

Chapter 25 Fufilled Prophecy a Potent Argument for the Bible

By Arno C. Gaebelein, Editor Â"Our Hope,Â" New York City.

Chapter 26 Life in the Word

By Philip Mauro Attorney at Law, New York City.

Chapter 27 Is There a God?

By Rev. Thomas Whitelaw, M.A., D.D., Killmarnock, Scotland.

Chapter 28 God in Christ the Only Revelation of the Fatherhood of God

By Robert E. Speer, Secretary of The Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., New York City.

Chapter 29 The Deity of Christ

By Professor Benjamin B. Warfield, D. D., LL.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey.

Chapter 30 The Virgin Birth of Christ

By Rev. Professor James Orr, D. D., United Free Church College, Glasgow, Scotland.

Chapter 31 The God-Man

By the Late John Stock.

Chapter 32 The Person and Work of Jesus Christ

From "Some Recent Phases of German Theology" By Bishop Nuelsen, D. D., M. E. Church, Omaha, Nebraska.

Chapter 33 The Certainty and Importance of the Bodily Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the Dead

By Rev. R. A. Torrey, D. D.

Chapter 34 The Personality and Deity of the Holy Spirit

By Rev. R. A. Torrey, D.D.

Chapter 35 The Holy Spirit and the Sons of God

By Rev. W. J. Erdman, D. D., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Chapter 36 Observations on the Conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul

By Lord Lyttelton, Analyzed and Condensed by Revelation J. L. Campbell, D. D., Cambridge, Mass.

Chapter 37 Christianity No Fable

By Rev. Thomas Whitelaw, M.A., D. D., Kilmarnock, Ayreshire, Scotland.

Chapter 38 The Biblical Conception of Sin

By Thomas Whitelaw, M. A., D. D., Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Chapter 39 Paul's Testimony to the Doctrine of Sin

By Professor Charles B. Williams, B. D., Ph. D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas.

Chapter 40 Sin and Judgment to Come

By Sir Robert Anderson, K. C. B., L. L. D., London, England.

Chapter 41 What Christ Teaches Concerning Future Retribution

By William C. Proctor; F. Ph., Croydon, England.

Chapter 42 The Atonement

By Professor Franklin Johnson, D. D., L. L. D. Author of Â"Old Testament Quotations in the New Testament,Â" etc., Chicago, Ill.

Chapter 43 At-One-Ment, By Propriation

By Dyson Hague, M. A., Vicar of The Church of the Epiphany, Toronto, Canada. Canon of St. PaulÂ's Cathedral. London, Ontario (1908-1912).

Chapter 44 The Grace of God

By C. I. Scofield, D. D., Editor "Scofield Reference Bible

Chapter 45 Salvation by Grace

By Thomas Spurgeon, London, England.

Chapter 46 The Nature of Regeneration

By Thomas Boston (1676-1732).

Chapter 47 Regeneration, Conversion and Reformation

 By George W. Lasher. D. D., L. L. D., Author of Â"Theology for Plain People.Â" Cincinnati, Ohio.

Chapter 48 Justification by Faith

By H. C. G. Moule, Bishop of Durham, Durham England.

Chapter 49 The Doctrines that Must be Emphasized in Successful Evangelism

By Evangelist L. W. Munhall, M.A., D. D., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Chapter 50 Preach the Word

By the Late Howard Crosby, Chancellor of the University of the City of New York.

Chapter 51 Pastoral and Personal Evangelism or Winning Men to Christ One by One

By John Timothy Stone, D.D., Chicago, Illinois, Ex-Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A.

Chapter 52 The Sunday School and True Evangelism

By Charles Gallaudet Trumbull, Editor Â"Sunday School Times,Â" Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Chapter 53 The Place of Prayer in Evangelism

By R. A. Torrey, D. D., Dean of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.

Chapter 54 Foreign Missions or World-Wide Evangelism

By Robert E. Speer, Secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church U. S. A.

Chapter 55 A Message From Missions

By Charles A. Bowen, A.M., Ph. D., Olympia, Washington.

Chapter 56 What Missionary Motives Should Prevail?

By Henry W. Frost, Director for North Ammerica of the China Inland Mission. Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Chapter 57 Consecration

By Henry W. Frost, Director for North America of the China Inland Mission. Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Chapter 58 Is Romanism Christianity? (Catholic church)

By T. W. Medhurst, Glasgow, Scotland.

Chapter 59 Rome, The Antagonist of the Nation

By J. M. Foster, Boston, Massachusetts.

Chapter 60 The True Church

By the late Bishop Ryle.

Chapter 61 The Testimony of Foreign Missions to the Superintending Providence of God

By the late Arthur T. Pierson.

Chapter 62 The Purposes of the Incarnation

By G. Campbell Morgan, D. D., Pastor of Westminster Chapel, London, England.

Chapter 63 Tributes to Christ and the Bible by Brainy Men not Known as Active Christians

"Their rock is not as our Rock, even our enemies themselves being judges," Deuteronomy 32:31.

Chapter 64 Modern Philosophy

By Philip Mauro, Attorney-at-Law. New York City.

Chapter 65 The Knowledge of God

By David James Burrell, D.D., L.L. D. Minister of the Marble Collegiate Church, New York City.

Chapter 66 The Wisdom of this World

By A. W. Pitzer, D. D., L.L. D., Salem, Virgina.

Chapter 67 The Science of Conversion

H. M. Sydenstricker, Ph.D., West Point, Mississippi.

Chapter 68 The Decadence of Darwinism

By Henry H. Beach, Grand Junction, Colorado.

Chapter 69 The Passing of Evolution

By Professor George Frederick Wright, D. D., L.L. D., Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio.

Chapter 70 Evolutionism in the Pulpit

By an Occupant of the Pew.

Chapter 71 The Church and Socialism

By Professor Charles R. Erdman, D. D., Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey.

Chapter 72 Millenial Dawn: A Counterfeit of Christianity (Watchtower, Jehovah's Witnesses)

By Professor William G. Moorehead, D. D., United Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Xenia, Ohio.

Chapter 73 Mormonism: Its Origin, Chracteristics and Doctrines

By R. G. McNiece, D. D., for twenty years prior to 1897, Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Chapter 74. Eddyism, Commonly Called A Christian Science

By Maurice E. Wilson, D. D., Dayton, Ohio.

Chapter 75 Modern Spiritualism Briefly Tested by Scripture (channeling)

By Algernon J. Pollock. Weston-Super-Mare, England.

Chapter 76 Satan and His Kingdom

By Mrs. Jessie Penn-Lewis, Leicester, England.

Chapter 77 Why Save the Lord's Day?

By Daniel Hoffman Martin. D. D., Glens Falls, New York.

Chapter 78 Apologetic Value of Paul's Epistles

By E. J.Stobo. Jr., B. A., S. T. D.

Chapter 79 Divine Efficacy of Prayer

By Arthur T. Pierson, D.D.

Chapter 80 The Proof of the Living God, as Found in the Prayer Life of George Muller of Bristol

By Arthur T. Pierson.D.D.

Chapter 81 Our Lord's Teachings about Money

By Arthur T. Pierson, D.D.

Chapter 82 The Scriptures

By A. C. Dixon. D. D. Pastor Metropolitan Tabernacle Church, London, England.

Chapter 83 What the Bible Contains for the Believer

By George F. Pentecost, D. D., Darien, Connecticut.

Chapter 84 The Hope of the Church

By John McNicol, B. A., B. D., Principal of the Toronto Bible Training School.

Chapter 85 The Coming of Christ

By Professor Charles R. Erdman. D. D., Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey.

Chapter 86 The Testimony of Christian Experience

By President E. Y. Mullins. D. D., L.L. D.Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.A.

Chapter 87 A Personal Testimony

By Howard A. Kelly, M.D.

Chapter 88 A Personal Testimony

By H. W. Webb-Peploe. Vicar of St. Paul's. Onslow Square. London, and Prebendary of St. PaulÂ's Cathedral.

Chapter 89 The Personal Testimony of Charles T. Studd

ByCharles T. Studd.

Chapter 90 A Personal Testimony

By Philip Mauro. Attorney-at- Law, New York City.

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