Chapter 1: A Revolution by Vatican II?
Chapter 2: What is Inspiration - Which Books are Inspired?
Chapter 3: A Revolution by Pius XII?
Chapter 4: Using the Genre Approach to defend Inerrancy
Chapter 5: How to Interpret Inspired Scripture
Chapter 6: The 1964 Instruction of the Biblical Commission
Chapter 7: Which are the Inspired Books?
Chapter 8: The Pentateuch
Chapter 9: The Book of Genesis
Chapter 10: The Book of Exodus
Chapter 11: The Books of Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy
Chapter 12: The Books of Joshua, Judges and Ruth
Chapter 13: The Books of Samuel, Kings, Chronicles and Ezra- Nehemiah
Chapter 14: The Preexilic Prophets
Chapter 15: Exilic and Postexilic Prophets
Chapter 16: The Psalms
Chapter 17: The Wisdom Literature
Chapter 18: The Book of Daniel
Chapter 19: The Two Books of Maccabees
Chapter 20: The Books of Judith, Esther, and Tobit
Chapter 21: The Gospels
Chapter 22: The Acts of the Apostles
Chapter 23: St. Paul's Epistles
Chapter 24: The Catholic Epistles and Revelation
Addenda: Course information; study questions and answers
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