Calvin’s constant contention, expressed both by his actual arguments and by the rhetoric with which he clothed and presented them, is that it shows either perversity or stupidity or both to deny that the Bible, when naturally interpreted, is factually, theologically, and didactically self-consistent, for the evidence, point by point does, in fact, refute that denial.J. I. Packer (born in 1926)

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