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"The Self-Attestation of Scripture as the Proper Ground for Systematic Theology"

  title={"The Self-Attestation of Scripture as the Proper Ground for Systematic Theology"},
  author={Matthew Scott Wireman},
THE SELF-ATTESTATION OF SCRIPTURE AS THE PROPER GROUND FOR SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY Matthew Scott Wireman, Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2012 Chair: Dr. Stephen J. Wellum This dissertation examines the Protestant doctrine of Scripture’s self-witness of divine authority. Chapter 1 examines the current evangelical milieu. The doctrine has become nearly obsolete in the discussion of systematic theology. Consequentially, wherein lies authority has been greatly misunderstood in… Expand
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