Preservation and Trustworthiness

Preservation – refers to the fact that God’s word is eternal, and the same God of the Bible with the same power seen in the Bible is the one who makes sure that God’s word will remain forever.

Boettner – Inspiration – Trustworthiness of the Bible (a) 19K (6 pages)
Combs – Preservation of Scripture (a) 195K (42 pages).
Kirkpatrick, Alexander Francis (1849-1940) – The Divine Library of the Old Testament: Its Origin, Preservation, Inspiration, and Permanent Value (1891-1909)
Historical evidences of the New Testament ([18–]) (Historical illustrations of the New Testament scriptures, by G. F. Maclear. The Christ of the Gospels: a religious study, by Henri Meyer. Ferdinand Christian Baur and his theory of the origin of Christianity and of the New Testament writings, by A. B. Bruce. The religious value of the doctrines of Christianity, by C. M. Des Islets. Unity of faith a proof of the divine origin and preservation of Christianity, by John Stoughton. The evidential value of the observance of the Lord’s day, by G. F. Maclear)
Less, Gottfried (1736-1797) – The authenticity, uncorrupted preservation, and credibility of the New Testament (1804)
Ramsay, William Mitchell, Sir, (1851-1939) –  The bearing of recent discovery on the trustworthiness of the New Testament (1915) flipbook
Rice, Edwin Wilbur (1831-1929) – Our sixty-six sacred books: How they came to us, and what they are. A popular handbook for colleges, Sunday-schools, normal classes and students, on the origin, authorship, preservation, character and divine authority of the Christian scriptures (189x)