Item description for Opening Scripture (Paperback) by Patrick Fairbairn...
"I have a copy of Fairbairn and often wondered why it hasn't been reprinted . . . I suspect the title has put publishers off (hermeneutical plus manual being a bit much for today's readers ). I think Fairbairn was really an extraordinarily able man and a great servant of the church . . . I'm enthusiastic about this reprint " - Sinclair Ferguson Roger Nicole contends: "It is high time that in the midst of controversies in which all kinds of accusations are leveled against the use of the Old Testament by New Testament authors the painstaking work of Patrick Fairbairn and his monumental scholarship be once again taken into consideration." James White adds,"Hermeneutics is the life-blood of solid theology. Sadly, much of what is written today has been compromised by an unbiblical world-view, and therefore leads the student not into a clearer, firmer grasp of the revelation that is God's Word, the Bible, but instead inculcates doubts and hesitations. Hence, in some ways, 'newer is better' does not hold true especially when the 'newer' means 'less rooted in a solid belief in the inspiration and consistency of God's Word.' Fairbairn needs to be studied once again."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 1.11" Weight: 1.59 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2005
Publisher Solid Ground Christian Books
ISBN 1932474722 ISBN13 9781932474725
Availability 133 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 25, 2017 07:45.
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More About Patrick Fairbairn
Patrick Fairbairn (1805-1874) was born in Berwickshire, Scotland, studied at Edinburgh University, and was an outstanding scholar among Scottish Presbyterians. After 27 years in pastoral service, he served three years as divinity professor at the Free Church College in Aberdeen before becoming principal of the Free Church College, Glasgow, for 18 years until his death. He is the author of Commentary on Ezekiel and The Pastoral Epistles.
Patrick Fairbairn was born in 1805 and died in 1874.