Review: The Canon of Scripture (Bruce)

Last autumn I had the joy of teaching a seven week course at Trinity Baptist Church in Burlington (pastored by Carl Muller) on the doctrine of the bible. I taught on: the possibility of revelation; general revelation; special revelation; canon; inspiration; and the biblical worldview. One of the key books that I used for my discussion of Old and New Testament canonicity was F. F. Bruce’s awesome book The Canon of Scripture.

I reviewed this book for Discerning Reader here.

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One response to “Review: The Canon of Scripture (Bruce)

  1. Mark@DR

    Thanks so much for writing up the addresses for us in review form, Ian. It was fitting to post a review of a book about the reliability and historicity of Scripture on the weekend when many preachers would be speaking on the historicity of Christ’s resurrection.

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