We who live after the history of special revelation that preceded the Bible and led to its canonical form rightly assume that God has preserved that revelation for us in the Bible we possess today. But not many Christians reflect on this assumption, and even fewer know how to defend it. In this slim but potent book, Richard Brash not only urges us to ‘mind the gap’ in our thinking on Scripture’s preservation through the ages, he shows us how to close this gap by looking to the teaching of Scripture itself. This book, written by a true pastor–scholar, will make you marvel at the wisdom, power, and love of God, whose written Word, like Himself, is everlastingly sure.
R. Carlton Wynne, Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
This is a wonderfully lucid introduction to a much–neglected doctrine. It will help many to grow in their confidence in the Bible and in their adoration in the sovereign, speaking God.