Scripture by Robert Saucy
(Swindoll Leadership Library)

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In a society saturated by the doctrine of tolerance and an air of post-modernism, one might wonder about the role and significance of the once almighty Scripture. Despite what some would consider a time of revival in the church, confidence in the Scripture is consistently being undermined by cynical attitudes and critical thinking. Saucy's commentary is relevant for the times and speaks to the questioning heart and mind. He confirms not only our need for Scripture, but also its authority, its inerrancy, and its impact.

About Robert Saucy

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Dr. Robert Saucy earned his Th.D. at DALLAS THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY and has been Professor of Systematic Theology at Talbot School of Theology since 1961. In addition to SCRIPTURE, he has written The Church in God's Program, THE BIBLE: BREATHED FROM GOD, The Case for Progressive Dispensationalism, and co-authored THE COMMON MADE HOLY with Neil Anderson. Dr. Saucy lives in Anaheim, California with his wife Nancy.
Published June 11, 2001 by Thomas Nelson. 320 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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