On the Inspiration and Divine Authority of the Holy Scriptures

with replies to some alleged discrepancies,
by H. H. Snell.
"For ever, O Jehovah, thy word is settled in heaven." Ps. 119:89.)
"Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away. ― (Matt. 24:35.)


Introduction and Preliminary Remarks
What is Inspiration?
Sacred Writings
The Old Testament
The Testimony of the New Testament to the Old
Examples of the Divine Authority of the Old Testament
Some Samples of its Alleged Inaccuracies —
   Living Souls
   First and Second Chapters of Genesis
   The Deluge
   Jacob's Going into Egypt
   The Quails
   River, not Flood
   Sun, stand thou still!
   The Threshing Floor
   The Census of Israel and of Judah
The Silent Interval of Four Hundred Years
The New Testament
The Gospels
The Acts and the Epistles
The Revelation
Quotations from the Old Testament
The Importance of Bowing to the Authority of Scripture
Alleged Inaccuracies of the New Testament —
   Three Days and Three Nights
   Our Lord's Temptations
   Drink no longer water
   Feeding the Multitude
   The Passover and Lord's Supper
   The Call of Abraham
   The Years of Moses
   The Terror of Moses
   Saul's Sight of the Lord Jesus
   Holding Jesus by the Feet
   Sin and Transgression
   The Sixth Hour in John 19:14
The Bible — Its Unity
The Bible — Its Perfection
The Bible — Its Blessedness
Concluding Remarks