Young-Earth Creationism: Sola Scriptura Abused

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The Bible Alone

As some conservative Christian leaders recently emphasized, inerrancy is a key doctrine. If you adhere to it, it can have a detrimental effect on all your other beliefs, and throw your entire worldview out of whack… [Read more...]

Solus Iesus?

David Hayward shared this cartoon of his: The question of whether Christianity should be community-focused, Bible-focused, or Jesus-focused is itself the focus of a lot of ongoing debate. Most would acknowledge, at least in theory, that Jesus should be the center. But it is debatable whether one can really have “Jesus alone” any more than [Read More...]

Paradoxy

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Protestants Need to Do Penance (for their Use of the Bible)

Dănuț Mănăstireanu shared this quotation from Richard Rohr: …Protestants need to do penance. Their shout of “sola Scriptura” (only Scripture) has left them at the mercy of their own cultures, their own limited education, their own prejudices, and their own selective reading of some texts while avoiding others. Partly as a result, slavery, racism, sexism, [Read More...]

Sola Scriptura? (From the Archives)

Although I am a Protestant, I must confess that the idea of ‘sola Scriptura’, of ‘Scripture alone’, doesn’t work. It could perhaps theoretically work in Islam, where one can (assuming one doesn’t take a critical approach to the text) assume the unity of the book as a given. In the case of the Bible, such [Read More...]

The Insufficiency of Scripture (From the Archives)

There have been books about the “sufficiency of Scripture”, but once as I was reading the Bible I happened across a verse which testifies to the insufficiency of Scripture. 2 John 12 reads: I have much to write to you, but I do not want to use paper and ink. Instead, I hope to visit [Read More...]


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