Concerning the destructive critics of the 20th century, Pastor Andrews said”
“It is painfully evident that the recent attempts to meet the long-felt difficulties in the Old Testament, historic and other, by minimizing the knowledge of God possessed by Israel, have tended rather to undermine the faith of Christians than to confirm it….
“It is also more and more evident that the same uncertainty is beginning to be felt in regard to the truthfulness of the New Testament, and especially of the historic Gospels. Here we are told, that as we find by critical inquiry, much was attributed to Moses that was not his, so much was attributed to Christ which He never did or taught. It is the pious imagination of the second century that presents Him to us as He now appears. When all errors are eliminated, and we get down to exact history, both Old and New Testaments will be reduced to much smaller dimensions, and make lees demands upon our faith; and we may safely say, also, that increasing numbers will care less and less for them.”
This is the case among academics and far too many pastorates and congregations. Hopefully, this book will help some to return to faith in “the old book,” a faith lost around the world.
H. D. Williams, M.D., Ph.D.
About the Author
Table of Contents
This is a 448 page book that thoroughly addresses and questions by examining the OT and NT. Room would not allow us to list the Chapters, but there are 3 parts and each part has numerous chapters such as Chapter I. The Revelation of God to Adam in Eden 9 to The last chapter in the book: The New Heavens and New Earth page 359. Additional topics are addressed in supplemental chapters such as Higher Criticism p 379.