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1896. This volume contains lectures delivered by Dr. Saphir in Kensington. They are, in some respects, the most important of all his writings, as they give, in connected form, his matured views of the relation of the two great divisions of the Bible. Contents: The Eternal Word and the Written Word; A Book Revelation an Intrinsic Necessity; The Relation of the Human, Historical, etc., Elements to the Divine; The Testimony of Jesus Considered-and Decisive; The Jews-as Custodians and Witnesses; Israel Since the Dispersion-An Evidence of the Truth of Prophecy; The Church of Christ Based on the Old Testament-The New Testament; Present Aspects of Doubt and Unbelief as Regards the Scripture; Alleged Discordance between the Old and New Testaments; The Perfect Harmony of the Old and New Testaments; The Books of Israel and of the Church Shown to be Organically Connected; Our Faith Based on Facts-and the Bible a Book of Facts; Objections to Miracle have no Basis in Reason; The Doctrinal, Typical, and Prophetical Aspects of the History of Israel; The Deep Spiritual Meaning of the Decalogue and of the whole Law; and The Jewish Ordinances Shown to Reveal Vividly the Gospel.