The following biblical study will not deal with text-critical issues. The Christian canon will be accepted as a “system of truth”—as Dr. Colin Peckham eloquently contends: The Bible is a unique phenomenon, wholly unrivaled in the world of letters. It is a literary marvel, a moral miracle. It is not the product of one editor who chose his contributors, mapped out his course of study, gave each his assignment and then brought them all together in a neatly bound volume. Its writing is as diverse as can possibly be imagined. The vast differences in every aspect of its production are obvious to even the most casual observer. The authors are so different and remote from one another that they would not have been acquainted nor could they have conspired together for either evil or good purposes. What a dreadful muddle it would all be if there was no central controlling influence; but it all fits together like a hand in a glove. The unity is miraculous and marvelous.1
Davidson, Jo Ann
"Needed: A More “Worldly Attitude” Christians and Creation Care,"
Journal of the Adventist Theological Society: Vol. 32:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/jats/vol32/iss1/6