I continue to be blessed by these 1917 writings from men such as James M. Gray, A.T. Pierson, Philip Mauro, B.B. Warfield, James Orr, and R.A. Torrey. This volume deals mostly with the deity of Christ, the inspiration of Scripture and the personality of the Holy Spirit. Four times the originals alone are said to be inspired, once the KJV is defended over the RV (J.M. Gray), and in one article the RV is used without apology (J. Orr). Mauro’s defense of inspiration is exceptional and even tends to speak against the early Charismatic revelations which were beginning to emerge by that time.
Notice my two quotes from this volume in the current issue.