The Constant Reader

P&R Publishing will soon be releasing a new title dealing with the trustworthiness of Scripture. It is entitled Did God Really Say? Affirming The Truthfulness and Trustworthiness of Scripture. The book is edited by Dr. David Garner who is also a contributor.

"Current discussion about the nature of Scripture circles around a plethora of topics, each of them painfully complicated. Here a handful of scholars tackles seven of them -- including the nature and development of the canon, the place of Warfield, God's relation to language, and the views of N. T. Wright. With firmness and fairness, not to say remarkable simplicity, these writers identify the fundamental issues and bring clarity to their joyful confessionalism.
- D. A. Carson

"Just when the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture seemed matters of agreement among conservative theologians, along comes a new day and calls everything into question again. Kudos, then, to David Garner and his panel of writers for addressing the doctrine of Scripture again. Did God Really Say clears away the rubble of contemporary error and prejudice making way for clear thinking and orthodox confession on an issue of vital importance. Nothing could be more vital for our times and we are in their debt.”
- Derek Thomas, Minister of Preaching and Teaching, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, SC and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology, RTS

Here are a few more titles dealing with the trustworthiness of Scripture:
Christ And The Bible by John Wenham
Jesus And The Eyewitnesses by Richard Baukham
The Historical Reliability Of The Gospels by Craig Blomberg
On The Reliability Of The Old Testament by K.A. Kitchen