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Official Theological Documents


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The attached PDFs (above and below) provide some of the documents in the theological discussion brought forth by the book Inspiration and Incarnation.

The following items are included in the pdf document:

  • Statement from the Chairman of the Board
  • Precis for the Historical and Theological Field Committee (HTFC) (recently added to the pdf document)
  • Preface to the Historical and Theological Field Committee
  • Historical and Theological Fied Committee Report (HTFC)
  • Precis to the Hermeneutics Field Committee (HFC) (recently added to the pdf document)
  • Preface to the Hermeneutics Field Committee's Reply
  • Hermeneutics Field Committee's Reply to the HTFC (HFC)
  • Edgar-Kelly Motion
  • Minority Report
  • "'The Infallible Rule of Interpretation of Scripture': The Hermeneutical Crisis and the Westminster Standards"

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. No part of the attached document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means - electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise - without prior written permission. Copyright 2008, Westminster Theological Seminary

 

  

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