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Biblical Authority: The Critical Issue for the Body of Christ

by Draper, James, Keathley, Kenneth

B&H 2001

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Overview

In a world faced with every kind of religious pluralism, it is as imperative today as it ever has been for the Bible to remain the absolute standard by which all things are judged. The subject of biblical authority may be the most critical and sensitive issue facing the evangelical Christian world today. The rippling effect of this discussion has touched every major theology and philosophical issue under consideration.

Jimmy Draper, along with Kenneth Keathley, deals with this issue in a clear and concise way. They examine modern critical thought and historic positions of the church as well as new methods of interpreting the Bible, such as reader response criticism and postmodern hermeneutics. Biblical Authority will strengthen your faith in the Word of God.

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Product Details

  • Title: Biblical Authority: The Critical Issue for the Body of Christ
  • Author: James T. Drape and Kenneth Keathley
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 147

About the Authors

James T. Draper, Jr. is the current president of LifeWay Christian Resources. He has been in the ministry since 1956, having pastored churches in Texas, Oklahoma, and Missouri, including the First Baptist Church of Euless, Texas. A former president of Southern Baptist Theological Convention, Draper lives in Brentwood, Tennessee.

Kenneth Keathley is currently Dean of Students and Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He graduated from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary with M.Div. and Ph.D. degrees in theology. He resides in New Orleans.

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