We have no inspired men today, but we have an inspired Book, which keeps back nothing that we should know. We must receive it as confirming a rev elation of God which he makes to us, as well as a revelation to us of our selves. The Scriptures evidently SO teach. (ii. Timothy 3: 16; Hebrews 1: 1, 2; II. Peter 1: 20, The Book has in it a human element, for it was Written by human beings, and in a hu man language. It speaks to the human reason and intelligence. It appeals to human motives. It did not originate with the men who wrote the books; it is not simply a combination of the writ ings of these men, but it is the word of God brought to us through the instru mentality Of inspired men who wrote as they were commanded by the Holy Spirit.