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Louis Gaussen
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  • The fundamental doctrine of Christianity is the reliability of Scripture.  Through the centuries, Christianity's enemies have concentrated their attacks on the inerrancy, the sufficiency, and the clarity of the Bible, alleging that it contains errors, is inadequate, or is in need of an interpreter.
    These attacks come from the Roman Catholic Church, zealots, modernists, and unbelievers of various other sorts.  God has used these attacks as goads to prod Christian thinkers into defending his Word, and one of the greatest defenses of Scripture ever penned is this book.

  • Paperback: 367 pages
    Publisher: The Trinity Foundation (2001)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0940931575
    ISBN-13: 978-0940931572
    Product Dimensions: 9 x 5.8 x 1 inches
    Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds

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  • Preface

    Chapter 1: Definition of the Theopneustia, or Divine Inspiration

    Chapter 2: Scriptural Proof of Divine Inspiration

    Chapter 3: Brief Didactic Abastract of the Doctrine of the Divine Inspiration

    Chapter 4: Examination of Objections

    Chapter 5: Examination of Evasions

    Chapter 6: On Sacred Criticism, in Relations it Bears to Divine Inspiration

    Chapter 7: Conclusion

About the Author

Louis Gaussen (1790-1863) was a graduate of Geneva's university Faculty of Theology, he was ordained to the ministry of the Reformed Church of the canton in 1814 and served in the parish of Satigny until 1830.
After some time devoted to travel in Italy and England, he returned to Geneva and ministered to an independent congregation until 1834, when he joined Merle d'Aubigne as professor of systematic theology in the college which he had helped to found. This post he continued to occupy until 1857, when he retired from the active duties of the chair. He died at Les Grottes, Geneva, on the 18th of June 1863.