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Old 05-05-2008, 02:18 PM
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I have read Frank Logsdon's testimony. Another example would be Spurgeon. He used the King James Bible for most of his public ministry. There were some references to the English Revised Version (Westcott and Hort's Bible) - but within a few years he rejected it and referred to it as "the blunder Bible."

As far as Torrey goes, he got involved in higher criticism when he spent some time in Germany. Later, he saw its follies and stood against it - however, he did not reject the Bible that was a result of the work of higher critics.