Contemporary theology is often complex without being profound, startling but not sober. We need the opposite, and we get it from James Orr. Despite its age, this volume provides a perennially valuable outline of a biblical theology of revelation and inspiration. It was published just before 'The Fundamentals' appeared, to which Orr contributed, which gave its name to 'Fundamentalism'. While Orr respectfully demurred from Hodge and Warfield on the question of inerrancy, this volume offers a robust conservative rebuttal of modernism, with clarity, learning and balance."