A. The Word of God, which is contained in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, is the only rule to direct us how we may glorify and enjoy him.
Summary of the Books of the Old and New Covenants
by: John Calvin - Calvin, J. (1850). Christ the End of the Law: Being the Preface to the Geneva Bible of 1550 (pp. 35–45). London: William Tegg, & Co.
A New Hearing for the Authorized Version
by: Theodore P. Letis, Ph.D.
I con no longer find this document online. It is available from Amazon in book form, but is currently out of print as of (June-15-2015)
The Unchanging Character of God's Word
by: Steve Schlissel
The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy
The International Council on Biblical Inerrancy
The Inspiration of Scripture
by: Loraine Boettner
This lengthy work discusses the Protestant doctrine of the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures.
The Concept and Importance of Canonicity
by: Greg Bahnsen
A brief but profitable discussion of canonicity.
The Formation of the Canon of the New Testament
by: B. B. Warfield
Perhaps slightly dated, but a helpful introduction to the formation of the New Testament canon.
What did the Puritans and Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock have in common? They did NOT use the King James Bible.
We also have the Geneva Notes online.
Welcome to Audio Bible, the King James Version narrated by Alexander Scourby is online!
Here's my take on the Logos Reformed Bible Software. Ed Walsh