Series: Books Worth Reading: Bibliology
The doctrine of Scripture has always been an important doctrine for the church. The doctrine of revelation, that God has revealed himself to us in the Scriptures, has always been a vibrant part of any orthodox theology. But, how are we to understand the Scriptures? What are they? What are their characteristics? The third installment of the series “Books Worth Reading” will cover books relating the the doctrine of Scripture. The first two posts in the series dealt with general theological works and theological method. As usual, I’d love to hear what books you think need to be added to the list or even your thoughts on a book currently on the list.
- F.F. Bruce – The Canon of Scripture
- Ed. Don Carson and John Woodbridge – Scripture and Truth
- John Frame – The Doctrine of the Word of God
- Ed. Norm Geisler – Inerrancy
- Peter Jensen – The Revelation of God
- David Kelsey – Proving Doctrine
- B.B. Warfield – The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible
- John Webster – Word and Church
This list is intentionally short. What would you add to the list? What is missing? Go!