Saturday, September 12, 2015

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An Examination of the Alleged discrepancies of the Bible by John Haley 1874

Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible by William Henry Bates 1903

The Scripture of Truth - its origin, its languages, its translations, its canon, its symbols, its inspiration, its alleged errors and contradictions, its plan, its science, other sacred books by Sidney Collett 1905

Self-Contradictions of the Bible by William Henry Burr 1860

Biblical Hermeneutics - The art of Scripture interpretation (has a section on Contradictions) by Georg Friedrich Seiler 1835

Bible difficulties and their alleviative interpretation by Robert S MacArthur 1899

100 Contradictions in the Bible by Maurice Gauvin 1922

A Young Man's Difficulties with his Bible by DW Faunce 1876

The Mature Man's Difficulties with his Bible by DW Faunce 1908

Answer to difficulties of the Bible by John Thein 1897

The Bible and Rationalism - Answer to Difficulties, Volunme 1 by John Thein 1900

The Bible and Rationalism - Answer to Difficulties, Volunme 3 by John Thein 1900

The Bible and Rationalism - Answer to Difficulties, Volunme 4 by John Thein 1900

Unbelief in the Nineteenth Century by Henry C Sheldon 1907

The Bible - is it The Word of God? by Thomas Strange 1871

Moral Difficulties Connected with the Bible, Volume 1 by James A Hessey 1871

Moral Difficulties Connected with the Bible, Volume 2 by James A Hessey 1871

Moral Difficulties Connected with the Bible, Volume 3 by James A Hessey 1871

A Handbook of Scientific and Literary Bible Difficulties by Robert Tuck 1891

Scripture difficulties explained by Scripture references by Thomas Spaulding 1877

The Bible defended against the objections of Infidelity, being an examination of scientific, historical, chronological and other Scripture difficulties by William Henry Brisbane 1855

A Young Man's Perils and Bible Difficulties by William Guest 1885

The Exodus of Israel: its difficulties examined and its truth confirmed by TR Birks 1863

Reconstructive Criticism - a theory to reconcile the difficulties of higher criticism by William W Martin 1871

"The Pentateuch and Bishop Colenso" - Bible inspiration - Dr. Colenso's difficulties considered by Charles Bullock 1863

The Creation & Deluge, according to a new theory; confirming the Bible account, - removing most of the difficulties heretofore suggested by sceptical philosophers by Samuel Webb 1854

Mythical Elements in the Samson Story, article in The Monist 1907

The Story of Samson and its place in the religious development of mankind by Paul Carus 1907

Essays on some of the Difficulties in the writings of the Apostle Paul and other parts of the New Testament by Richard Whateley 1830

Biblical Difficulties Dispelled by George Sexton 1885

The Dangers and Safeguards of Modern Theology by AC Tait 1862

A Synopsis of Criticisms upon those Passages of the Old Testament, in which modern commentators have differed from the Authorized Version together with an explanation of various difficulties in the Hebrew and English texts, Volume 1 Part 1 by Richard Barrett 1847

A Synopsis of Criticisms upon those Passages of the Old Testament, in which modern commentators have differed from the Authorized Version together with an explanation of various difficulties in the Hebrew and English texts, Volume 1 Part 2 by Richard Barrett 1847

A Synopsis of Criticisms upon those Passages of the Old Testament, in which modern commentators have differed from the Authorized Version together with an explanation of various difficulties in the Hebrew and English texts, Volume 2 Part 1 by Richard Barrett 1847

A Synopsis of Criticisms upon those Passages of the Old Testament, in which modern commentators have differed from the Authorized Version together with an explanation of various difficulties in the Hebrew and English texts, Volume 2 Part 2 by Richard Barrett 1847

A Synopsis of Criticisms upon those Passages of the Old Testament, in which modern commentators have differed from the Authorized Version together with an explanation of various difficulties in the Hebrew and English texts, Volume 3 Part 1 by Richard Barrett 1847

A Reconcilement of the Apparent Contradictions in Holy Scripture, Volume 1 by E.H. Lindo 1842

A Reconcilement of the Apparent Contradictions in Holy Scripture, Volume 2 by E.H. Lindo 1842

The Origin and Character of the Bible and its place among Sacred Books by JT Sunderland 1909

On Alleged Errors and Contradiction in the Scriptures, article in The Bible Student 1903

Faith or Fact By Henry Morehouse Taber 1897

The Bible under Trial in View of present-day assaults on Holy Scripture by James Orr 1907

The Bible, All or None, article in The Unitarian Magazine 1890

Biblical Criticism and Religious Instruction, article in The Jewish quarterly review, 1907

An Introduction to the reading and study of the English Bible By William Carpenter (Scripture Difficulties Examined) 1868

On Scripture Difficulties by C Benson 1826

The Bible and Modern Thought by TR Birks 1862 (On Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible)

The Bible a Divine Revelation, article in The Lutheran quarterly 1920

Inspiration not Invalidated by Biblical Criticism, article in The Methodist Review 1901

Is the Bible inspired? by JH Brookes 1902

Perceived Contradictions in the Bible by yhwhbible

The Bible and Criticism by W Bennett 1914

The Bible and Criticism by R Rainy 1878

Discussion of the Existence of God, and the Authenticity of the Bible
by Origen Bacheler, Robert Dale Owen - 1840 - 350 pages
The apparent contradictions, misstatements, absurdities, &c., of the Bible, which sceptics urge as objections against it, are so many evidences of its original authenticity.

The crisis: a series of pamphlets in sixteen numbers
by Thomas Paine
Bible Contradictions -Bible Prophecies Concerning Babylon.

The Divine Authority of the Bible
by George Frederick Wright - 1884 - 230 pages
Elements of Christian Theology: Containing Proofs of the Authenticity and Inspiration of the Scriptures by George Tomline -- 1818

The Pillar of Divine Truth Immoveably Fixed on the Foundation of the Apostles
by William Greenfield - 1831 - 265 pages

Theopneusty: Or, The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures
by Louis Gaussen - 1844 - 400 pages

The Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures Asserted
by Samuel Noble - 1828 - 430 pages

A Refutation of Arianism: Or, A Defence of the Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures by John Paul - 1828 - 310 pages

The Bible: Its Meaning and Supremacy
by Frederic William Farrar - 1897 - 350 pages

The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures
by Eleazar Lord - 1857 - 301 pages
The Evidences of Christianity: Stated in a Popular and Practical Manner
by Daniel Wilson- 1832

Systematic Theology
by Charles Hodge 1873

The Inspiration of the Scriptures
by Alexander Carson, John Dick, John Pye Smith, Daniel Wilson - 1853 - 410 pages

Analytical Investigations Concerning the Credibility of the Scriptures
by J. H. McCulloh - 1852

Holy Scripture verified; or, The divine authority of the Bible confirmed by ... - Page 196
by George Redford - Bible - 1837

The Bible of Bibles: Or, Twenty-seven "Divine Revelations"
by Kersey Graves, Lydia M. Graves -- 1879 - 430 pages

Conversations on the Bible: Its Statements Harmonized and Mysteries Explained by Enoch Pond - 1886 - 620 pages

The Bible and Reason Against Atheism: In a Series of Letters to a Friend
by Martin Luther Edwards - 1881 - 230 pages
... The Virgin Mary—Bible Contradictions—How They Are Made Out, and How Little They Amount to-A Delicate Task

The 'holy Scriptures' analyzed; or, Extracts from the Bible, shewing its Contradictions and Absurdities edited by Robert Cooper - 1840

A new history of the Holy Bible : from the beginning of the world to the establishment of Christianity : with answers to most of the controverted questions, dissertations upon the most remarkable passages, and a connection of profane history all along : to which are added, notes, explaining difficult texts, rectifying mistranslations, and reconciling seeming contradictions by Thomas Stackhouse 1680-1752 (incomplete and scattered over 3 volumes)

The Ancestry of our English Bible by Ira Maurice Price Ph.D 1907

The Bible Triumphant - 12 Dozen Skeptical Arguments Refuted  - A Reply to an Infidel work entitled 144 Self-contradictions of the Bible by Mrs. H. V. Reed 1882

The Underwood-Marples Debate 1877



Christianity and Agnosticism: A Controversy by Henry Wace, Thomas Henry Huxley, William Connor Magee, William Hurrell Mallock, Humphry Ward 1889
"Seventy years later comes the Montpellier physician, Jean Astruc. He first notices the key to the whole enigma, the distinctive use made of the words 'Elohim' and 'Jahveh.' This leads him to the supposition of different strata in the Pentateuch, and from him descend in direct line Kuenen and Wellhausen. It is instructive, by the  way, to notice that all the time Astruc will have nothing to say to arguments against the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch."

A History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament
by Marvin Richardson Vincent 1899

The Problem of the Old Testament Considered with Reference to Recent Criticism by James Orr 1906

Old Testament Criticism and the Christian Church by John Edgar McFadyen 1903
"In the first place, the very words Higher Criticism are odious to many, because of what they seem to involve. To not a few, Biblical criticism of any kind is practically synonymous with impiety: what is man that he should dare to criticise the word of God ? And " higher" suggests presumption. The term is no doubt unfortunate, but fair minds should not allow the term to create an initial prejudice against the process for which the term stands. Criticism is not destruction. It is judgment."
History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament by Eduard Reuss 1884 (Volume 2)
"Johann Salomo Semler was the first to undertake to improve upon the common conceptions of the canon. He gave to his criticism an essentially historical basis by commending and practicing the study of the ancient ecclesiastical literature, thus leading to a recognition of the gradual and fluctuating formation of our present collection."

Reconstruction in Theology by Henry Churchill King 1901
"It is unfortunate that in the early stages of higher criticism in America, for particular reasons, it came to be associated, in the minds of many, with a rather bitter and arrogant spirit; and it is even more unfortunate that, for many more, for other special reasons, it was identified with the most extreme results of an a priori anti-supernaturalistic school."

The higher criticism and the Bible by William Binnington Boyce 1881

A Reply to Harnack on the Essence of Christianity by Hermann Cremer 1903

The Genesis of Genesis by Benjamin Wisner Bacon 1891

The Quarterly Review 1863
"Truly the higher criticism indulges in strange assertions and very absurd difficulties! With regard to the second passage, we may ask why a Redactor and an Elohist are to be called into existence to explain the alternation of names in this passage more than in Exod. iii. 4, Ps. xxxvi. 6-8, or Ps. Ixix. 13, 30-35, &c. &c. It is not the higher criticism, but plain common sense, which is needed to reject such arguments. But this is only one proof out of many that the magic wand of modern exegesis transforms that which would be esteemed worthless in the mouth of a believer into 'high criticism' in that of a sceptical commentator."

The New Appreciation of the Bible by Willard Chamberlain Selleck 1906

The Old Testament and the New Scholarship by John Punnett Peters 1902

The Bible in the Nineteenth Century: Eight Lectures by Joseph Estlin Carpenter 1903

Dr. Friedrich Bleek's Lectures on the Apocalypse by Friedrich Bleek, Samuel Davidson 1875

Evidences of Christianity by Lonsdale Ragg 1909
"THE BIBLE AND MODERN CRITICISM often attack religion with the weapon of the 'Higher Criticism.' Scientific criticism, they say, has utterly discredited the Bible ; and with the Bible falls Christianity. Any one, however, who will take the trouble to read a little book like Professor Kirkpatrick's Divine Library of the 0ld Testament, may see something of the real tendency and scope of the Higher Criticism. If anything is discredited by sound criticism, it is the mistaken theory of verbal inspiration, which allowed the Bible no kinship whatever with non-biblical literature, and refused to recognise in it a human element, as the medium through which God has spoken to man."

Six lectures on the higher criticism upon the Old Testament by William Binnington Boyce 1878

Founders of Old Testament Criticism: Biographical, Descriptive, and Critical by Thomas Kelly Cheyne 1893
Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts: Being a History of the Text by Frederic George Kenyon 1898

The Text of the New Testament by Kirsopp Lake 1908

The Christ of Today by George Angier Gordon 1896
"The higher criticism mutilates our Bible, if the Bible does not witness to something greater than itself. This modern method of investigation comes in the name of pure scholarship, with the authority of historical science, and destroys the letter. If one does not reach the Christ through both Testaments, if one cannot invoke him for the determination of their worth, one must have a horror of the higher criticism."

Theology at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century: Essays on the Present Status by John Vyrnwy Morgan 1900 (many dark pages)

The Higher Criticism: An Outline of Modern Biblical Study by Charles Wesley Rishell 1893

The Books of Chronicles in Relation to the Pentateuch and the "higher criticism" by Arthur Charles Hervey 1892

Kanamori's Life-story Told by Himself: How the Higher Criticism Wrecked a Japanese Christian - And How He Came Back by Paul M. Kanamori - 1921

Thought and Religion: Or, The Mutual Contributions of Philosophy and Theology by James William Lowber 1912

Is the Higher Criticism Scholarly?: Clearly Attested Facts Showing that the Destructive "assured results of modern criticism" are indefensible, by Robert Dick Wilson 1922

Results of Higher Criticism: As Applied to the Old Testament by Winfield Scott Crowe 1894

The Life of Jesus in the Light of the Higher Criticism by Alfred Wilhelm Martin 1913 (first 279 pages only)

The Authority of Holy Scripture: An Inaugural Address by Charles Augustus Briggs 1891
"It is just here that the Higher Criticism has proved such a terror in our times. Traditionalists are crying out that it is destroying the Bible, because it is exposing their fallacies and follies. It may be regarded as the certain result of the science of the Higher Criticism that Moses did not write the Pentateuch or Job; Ezra did not write the Chronicles, Ezra, or Nehemiah; Jeremiah did not write the Kings or Lamentations; David did not write the Psalter, but only a few of the Psalms; Solomon did not write the Song of Songs or Ecclesiastes, and only a portion of the Proverbs; Isaiah did not write half of the book that bears his name."
The Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch by Charles Augustus Briggs 1893

The Crisis of the Churches by Leighton Parks 1922 (first 222 pages only)

The Essence of Christianity by Ludwig Feuerbach 1881

The Pentateuch in the Light of To-day: Being a Simple Introduction to the Pentateuch on the Lines of Higher Criticism by Alfred Holborn 1902

The Failure of the "higher Criticism" of the Bible by Emil Reich 1905
"The sad truth is that Higher Criticism is an act of retrograde, decadent science; an act, a method long condemned and laughed at in various other branches of historical and legal study."

An Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament by Samuel Rolles Driver 1914

The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined by David Friedrich Strauss - 1892

Prolegomena to the History of Israel: With a Reprint of the Article Israel from the Encyclopedia Brittanica by Julius Wellhausen 1885
"Wellhausen was famous for his critical investigations into Old Testament history and the composition of the Hexateuch, the uncompromising scientific attitude he adopted in testing its problems bringing him into antagonism with the older school of biblical interpreters. He is perhaps most well-known for his Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels of 1883 (first published 1878 as Geschichte Israels), in which he advanced a definitive formulation of the Documentary hypothesis, arguing that the Torah or Pentateuch had its origins in a redaction of four originally independent texts dating from several centuries after the time of Moses, their traditional author. Wellhausen's hypothesis remained the dominant paradigm for Pentateuchal studies until the last quarter of the 20th century, when it began to be challenged by scholars who saw more and more hands at work in the Torah, ascribing them to periods even later than Wellhausen had proposed."

1 comment:

  1. Subject: Origen on Bible Difficulties

    "In...Book 11,26 Origen includes among the peacemakers those who show
    that what seems the discord of the scriptures is no discord, those
    who make the harmony and peace of scripture evident, whether the
    harmony of Old Testament with New, or of Law with Prophets, or of
    one passage in the Gospels with another, or of one Apostolic writing
    with another. Referring to a text in Ecclesiastes, he speaks of all
    the scriptures being the words of the wise that act like goads, and
    goads are all applied by the one Shepherd, the Word or Logos. He
    then turns to another image, that of the lyre with its different
    strings. Untrained people may think that because the notes are
    different they are discordant; but one trained in the music of God
    knows how to strike the strings in time , now the strings of the Law,
    now harmoniously with them the strings of the Gospel, now the
    strings of Prophecy, and when occasion demands the Apostolic strings
    in harmony with one or the other. For he knows all scripture is the
    one perfect and attuned instrument of God producing from its various
    notes a single sound of salvation for those willing to learn."

    P. 22, _Biblical Exegesis and the Formation of Christian Culture_ by
    Frances M. Young