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ATTACKS ON PAPAL INFALLIBILITY The Second Vatican Council which had begun its meetings under Pope John and finished them under Pope Paul had discussed at some length the problem of papal authority. It had adopted the principle of “shared authority”, i.e., the principle that the pope shared his authority in…

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Mysticism: An Evangelical Option?, by Winfried Corduam; Zondervan Publishing House, 1991; 150 pp., $14.95 (paper). [Reviewed by Prof. H. Hanko.] Anyone interested in mysticism in the church will probably want to consult this book. While it is somewhat philosophical and psychological in the first part of the book, especially the…

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First Corinthians, by Gordon H. Clark; The Trinity Foundation, 1991 [1975]; 349 pp., $10.95, (paper). [Reviewed by Prof. H. Hanko. ] Gordon Clark has written a short, but orthodox, commentary on Paul’s first epistle to the Corinthians. It is a worthwhile work and is helpful in a study of this…

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An Introduction to the New Testament, by D. A. Carson, Douglas J. Moo, & Leon Morris; Zondervan Publishing House, 1992; 537 pp., $24.95 (hard cover). [Reviewed by Prof. Herman Hanko.] Books on “Introduction” deal with background material on Scripture. Usually they deal with the individual books of the Bible. A…

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The Chosen People: A Corporate View Of Election, by William W. Klein; Zondervan Publishing House, 1990; 314 pp., $15.95. [Reviewed by Prof. Herman Hanko.] This discussion of election is presented to the reader as new light shed on a difficult doctrine. The author is of the opinion that neither Arminianism…

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Commentary on the Psalms, by George Horne. Audubon, New Jersey: Old Paths Publications, 1997. Pp.xxvii-659. $32.95. (Hard cover) [Reviewed by Herman Hanko.] First of all, the reader might be interested in a few facts concerning the book. George Horne was lord bishop of Norwich, an ordained clergyman in the Anglican…

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