The Inspiration of Scripture and How to Teach the Bible
The Voice of God to the Soul of Mankind
“The Scriptures are the voice of God to the soul of man,” said W.E. Vine, and therefore they are, in the words of the Apostle Paul, “profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for instruction which is in righteousness.” This little book is an explanation and exposition of that statement.
First, “The Divine Inspiration of the Bible” explains and gives evidence for the inspiration of the Bible. W.E. Vine explains the doctrine of inspiration and what it means. He then gives evidences in Scripture for inspiration and reviews objections to the doctrine and various misunderstandings. Finally, he shows the effects of the Bible, which has “won the souls and molded the lives of millions.”
Second, “The Scriptures and How to Use Them” looks at those who teach the Bible—their responsibilities and their qualifications. It then examines “guiding principles” of teaching the Word of God. W.E. Vine’s challenge to teachers is to do so in such a way “that in all things God may be glorified through Jesus Christ.”
Ebook, published by Kingsley Books