The very beginning of Westminster Theological Seminary, in part, was rooted in a classic and unapologetic confession about the inerrancy and primacy of the Scriptures. As was the case when the seminary began so many years ago, the traditional Reformed doctrine of Scripture has come under increasing pressure both from within and from the outside. Westminster recently reaffirmed their belief in that doctrine and in Thy Word is is Still Truth leading products of Westminster, Peter Lillback and Richard Gaffin, present the historic theological documents-covering nearly 500 years of history (1517-2008)-upon which that doctrine is based.
An elegant and inviting book, Thy Word is Still Truth contains selected writings from theologians and councils who subscribed to a high view of Scripture. Each document is briefly introduced and then presented and, where possible, printed in both the original language and in its English translation.
This is a new collection of Reformed thinkers' writings, from the Reformation to today, on the inerrancy of Scripture. To these texts contemporary scholars add commentary reflecting the stance of Westminster Theological Seminary.
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