Dr. Robert L. Reymond has gone home to the glory of the Lord that he so adored and showed forth to others through his teaching and writings. You can read more about his monumental life of ministry here. His commitment to the authority of Scripture and fidelity to it on the part of ministers is clearly seen in this excerpt (which is a sober reminder to me):
The candidate for Christian ministry who does not believe that the Bible is God’s inspired Word should not enter the ministry. He does not belong there. If he is already in the ministry he should either quit because he should never have entered it or at the very least he should tell his congregation that he does not believe the Bible is God’s inspired Word so that those who have the sense not to submit to his authority, stripped bare as it is of the authority of God’s Word, can leave and listen to a pastor who does believe it, because all the other doctrines of the true Faith are derived from the divinely inspired Bible and rest upon it for their authority. The doctrine of inspiration is the bedrock — the mother and guardian — of all the other doctrines of Scripture! It is that important!
— Robert Reymond, Faith’s Reasons for Believing (Ross-shire, Scotland, UK: Mentor, 2008), p. 111
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