The Bible and Modern Criticism

The Bible and Modern Criticism

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The Bible and Modern Criticism

The Bible and Modern Criticism

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The following chapters have little need of any prefatory remarks of mine. Alike their subject, their material, and the author's handling of that material, will command the attention of a wide circle of readers, and will indeed repay it. But I am honoured by the request to prefix these few paragraphs, and I obey.

I have the author's full leave to say that there are details in the matter of the book, and even certain aspects of the treatment, from which I hold myself detached. For example, I cannot commit myself to concurrence with the whole of the important but incidental criticism of the Revised Version. I am in suspense on some main items of Sir R. Anderson's discussion of outlines of the prophetic future, while I regard with profound respect the ability and the suggestiveness of the discussion. Again, I must dissociate myself from certain passages which . . .

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