1854 · New York
Parker (1795-1875), pastor of the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New-York, wades in on the hot topic of reconciling 19th-century scientific discoveries with the inerrancy of the Bible and takes as his starting point that the Bible is a "divine revelation" and ends saying "Is it not wonderful that in those sixty-six books, composed by more than thirty different writers, during a period of fifteen centuries, not one sentence can be found that is plainly contradicted by any of the discoveries of science?"
Published by direction of the Synod. Disbound. Occasional stain. (Inventory #: 33975)