Fundamentals -2.01- Contents

EDITED BY R. A. TORREY, A. C. DIXON AND OTHERS

VOLUME 2

CONTENTS

Chapter 1. THE INSPIRATION OF THE BIBLE —DEFINITION,EXTENT AND PROOF — By Rev. James M. Gray, D.D., Dean of Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Ill.

Chapter 2. INSPIRATION — By Evangelist L. W. Munhall, M. A., D. D., Germantown..44 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Author of “Highest Critics vs. Higher Critics.”

Chapter 3. THE MORAL GLORY OF JESUS CHRIST, APROOF OF INSPIRATION — By Rev. William G. Moorehead, D. D., President of Xenia Theological Seminary. Xenia, Ohio.

Chapter 4. THE TESTIMONY OF THE SCRIPTURES TO THEMSELVES — By Rev. George S. Bishop, D. D., East Orange, New Jersey.

Chapter 5. TESTIMONY OF THE ORGANIC UNITY OF THE BIBLE TO ITS INSPIRATION — By the late Arthur T. Pierson.

Chapter 6. FULFILLED PROPHECY APOTENT ARGUMENT FOR THE BIBLE — By Arno C. Gaebelein, Editor “Our Hope,” New York City.

Chapter 7. LIFE IN THE WORD — By Philip Mauro Attorney at Law, New York City.THEOLOGY Chapter 8. IS THERE AGOD? — By Rev. Thomas Whitelaw, M.A., D.D., Kilmarnock, Scotland.

Chapter 9. GOD IN CHRIST THE ONLY REVELATION OF THE FATHERHOOD OF GOD — By Robert E. Speer, Secretary of The Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., New York City.

Chapter 10. THE DEITY OF CHRIST — By Professor Benjamin B. Warfield, D. D., LL.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey.

Chapter 11. THE VIRGIN BIRTH OF CHRIST — By Rev. Professor James Orr, D. D., United Free Church College, Glasgow, Scotland.

Chapter 12. THE GOD-MAN — By the Late John Stock.

Chapter 13. THE PERSON AND WORK OF JESUS CHRIST — From “Some Recent Phases of German Theology,” By Bishop Nuelsen, D. D., M. E. Church, Omaha, Nebraska.

Chapter 14. THE CERTAINTY AND IMPORTANCE OF THE BODILY RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST FROM THE DEAD — By Rev. R. A. Torrey, D. D.

Chapter 15. THE PERSONALITY AND DEITY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT — By Rev. R. A. Torrey, D.D.

Chapter 16. THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE SONS OF GOD — By Rev. W. J. Erdman, D. D., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Chapter 17. OBSERVATIONS ON THE CONVERSION AND APOSTLESHIP OF ST.PAUL — By Lord Lyttelton, Analyzed and Condensed by Revelation J. L. Campbell, D. D., Cambridge, Mass.

Chapter 18. CHRISTIANITY NO FABLE — By Rev. Thomas Whitelaw, M. A., D. D., Kilmarnock, Ayreshire, Scotland.

PREFACE

In 1909 God moved two Christian laymen to set aside a large sum of money for issuing twelve volumes that would set forth the fundamentals of the Christian faith, and which were to be sent free to ministers of the gospel, missionaries, Sunday School superintendents, and others engaged in aggressive Christian work throughout the English speaking world. A committee of men who were known to be sound in the faith was chosen to have the oversight of the publication of these volumes. Revelation Dr. A. C. Dixon was the first Executive Secretary of the Committee, and upon his departure for England Revelation Dr. Louis Meyer was appointed to take his place. Upon the death of Dr. Meyer the work of the Executive Secretary devolved upon me. We were able to bring out these twelve volumes according to the original plan. Some of the volumes were sent to 300,000 ministers and missionaries and other workers in different parts of the world. On the completion of the twelve volumes as originally planned the work was continued through The King’s Business, published at South Hope St., Los Angeles, California. Although a larger number of volumes were issued than there were names on our mailing list, at last the stock became exhausted, but appeals for them kept coming in from different parts of the world. As the fund was no longer available for this purpose, the Bible Institute of Los Angeles, to whom the plates were turned over when the Committee closed its work, have decided to bring out the various articles that appeared in The Fundamentals in four volumes at the cheapest price possible. All the articles that appeared in The Fundamentals, with the exception of a very few that did not seem to be in exact keeping with the original purpose of The Fundamentals, will be published in this series.

R. A. TORREY DEDICATION

To the two laymen whose generosity made it possible to send several millions of volumes of “The Fundamentals” to ministers and missionaries in all parts of the world, for their confirmation and upbuilding in the faith, these volumes are dedicated.