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    History and Christian Faith

    Preview / Retailers A basic Christian claim is that God is active in human history to accomplish his purpose, which he will do in the end. This book considers some of the implications of this far-reaching claim. Christian faith is … Read More
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    Seventh-Day Adventists and the Bible

    Retailers In debates about the authority of the Bible, people commonly argue that the Bible is inspired, even inerrant, and therefore that it has authority. Is this argument valid? Dr. Edward W. H. Vick argues that it is not, that … Read More
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  • Seventh-day Adventists Interpreting Scripture and Establishing Fundamental Doctrines

    Preview / Retailers What are the key experiences that have defined the traditional Seventh-day Adventist approach to hermeneutics? Veteran Seventh-day Adventist theologian and philosopher Edward W. H. Vick provides a brief answer to this question in this short book, with … Read More
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  • The Authority of the Bible (PDF)

    Why do we study the Bible? What is its authority in our lives? This is a good way to start an introduction to Bible study–by looking at what we expect to get from the Bible. It takes a high view … Read More
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  • What Is Biblical Criticism?

    A very basic summary of some of the key methods of biblical criticism.

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  • What Is the Word of God?

    Preview/Retailers What is the Word of God? Is it the Bible? This pamphlet looks at the Word of God as used in scripture and Christian tradition to outline the various ways in which this term is used. It includes a … Read More
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    From Inspiration to Understanding (Direct)

    Dr. Edward W. H. Vick has a reputation for being abstract and detailed, and both of those qualities, along with thoroughness and comprehensiveness describe this book. I’m the author of When People Speak for God, a book on the same topic written for a much more general audience, and if this book had been published before mine, I would have doubtless had a hundred footnotes to Dr. Vick’s work.

    This book isn’t for everyone. It’s for the serious student. If you don’t want to think seriously about how the Bible came to be, how God inspires, and what this means for our studies, by all means avoid this book. But if you want to thoroughly study those issues making full use of philosophy and systematic theology, this book is for you.

    (Note: I’m the publisher, but I wouldn’t have published the book if I didn’t mean this!)

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  • The Authority of Scripture in a Postmodern Age: Some Help from Karl Barth (Direct)

    Can the Bible speak to people in this postmodern age? Are we doomed to a choice between rigid fundamentalism and complete rejection of this foundational source for Christianity? Bob Cornwall has found that he can take the Bible seriously in … Read More
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  • What’s in a Version? (Direct)

    Preview/Retailers Henry E. Neufeld writes about Bible translations from his knowledge as a student of Biblical languages, and his experience teaching them to laypeople and discussing them on the internet. Many people have questions about translations because they do not … Read More
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