Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 1 (1822), 300–02.

The Bible Often its Own Interpreter





Biblical Authority, Theology of Nature, Design

    Observes that, while we can know little of God himself, and are incompetent judges of his works, we can still perceive them to exhibit wisdom and power. Remarks: 'The wisdom and skill of the Deity are not more apparent in the works of nature, than in those of grace'. The remainder of the article emphasizes the manner in which the perfections of God are reflected in the 'unity of design' of the Bible. (301)

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