The Divine Inspiration of the Bible by Arthur W. Pink
Arthur Walkington Pink was an English evangelist and Biblical scholar. Though Pink was born to Christian parents, he did not convert until he was 22 years old. Pink went to the United States to study at Moody Bible Institute. He would only study there briefly but would stay in the United States for many years as a pastor.
While in the United States Pink started a magazine titled Studies in Scriptures, which reached a worldwide English-speaking audience. Pink returned to England in 1934 and began writing books until he died from anemia in 1952. Pink’s beliefs and teachings were largely Calvinist and Puritan based.
This edition of Pink’s The Divine Inspiration of the Bible includes a table of contents.