A user-friendly narrative of the formation of the doctrineof Scripture in the modern age, interspersed with primary sourcematerials from the last 150 years. Belief in the Bible as God's authoritative revelation to humanityforms the bedrock of the Christian faith, laying the groundwork fornearly everything in the practice of theology. For the last 150years or so, this doctrine has been put under the microscope of themodern age, with focused attention-and criticism-falling on threemain subject areas: the authority of Scripture, the sufficiency ofScripture, and the interpretation of Scripture. Ancient Word, Changing Worlds tells the story of thesedevelopments in the doctrine of Scripture in the modern age, combining in one volume both narrative chapters and chaptersdevoted to primary source materials. This new genre of historicaltheology will appeal to general readers, who will be drawn in bythe book's prose style, and students, who will benefit fromfeatures like timelines, charts, explanations of key terms, andintroductions and explanatory notes for the primary sourcedocuments.