IN this work by Robert Anderson, he compares the Bible and the organized church, i.e. religions and denominations.
A gradual drift from confidence in the integrity of the Bible is well underway. A vast portion of Christendom does not adhere to belief in the verbal (every word) plenary (in every section) inspiration (God-breathed) and thus inerrancy of God’s word. Believers with a high view of inspiration need to face this reality as David faced Goliath—not intimidated, but ready to take up the challenge.
Torrey’s work, Principles of Biblical Interpretation, is directed towards applying sound principles of Bible exposition in the interpretation and understanding of God’s word.
In Torrey’s How to study the Bible, he looks at an overview of Bible study, with attention to different kinds or methods of how to study the Bible. He examines studying individual books, topical studies, types, etc.
Torrey work, Profitable Bible Study, is 8 simple principles of making your Bible study profitable.
This is a seven chapter work on Prayer by Holiness preacher Wiseman. He looks at the Example of Prayer, the Pattern, the Parable, the Promise, the Definiteness, the Law, and the Great Subject of Prayer.
Fairbairn, Patrick – The Typology of Scripture (2 vols) is one of the standards in the field of Typology in Biblical studies. The study is itself is “replete and complete” with historical, intra-Biblical, and interdepartmental evaluations of typology. The language is ornate and intricate in Fairbairn’s writing style but well worth the effort to follow.