Ten Church Fathers and Sola Scriptura (vs. Jason Engwer)

Ten Church Fathers and Sola Scriptura (vs. Jason Engwer) November 20, 2015

Reply to anti-Catholic Protestant apologist Jason Engwer’s Catholic But Not Roman Catholic  Series on the Church Fathers and Sola Scriptura

FathersThree

The Three Holy Hierarchs: St. Basil of Caesarea, St. John Chrysostom,  and St. Gregory Nazianzus – a 17th century icon from Lipie, Historic Museum in Sanok, Poland [public domain / Wikimedia Commons]

* * *

[1 August 2003]

Table of Contents

I. Jason’s Definition of Sola Scriptura and My Methodology

II. Dionysius of Alexandria (d. c. 264)

III. Theodoret (c. 393 – c. 466)

IV. John Chrysostom (c. 347 – 407)

V. Hippolytus (c. 170 – c. 236)

VI. Cyril of Jerusalem (c. 315 – 386)

VII. St. Augustine (354 – 430)

VIII. Clement of Alexandria (c. 150 – c. 215)

IX. Justin Martyr (c. 100 – c. 165)

X. Irenaeus (c. 130 – c. 200)

XI. Basil the Great (c. 330 – 379)

Go to the link at Internet Archive and also Part II (caution: very long and in-depth paper!)

"No, I only left a couple of on topic comments. You never asked me to ..."

Catholic Sexuality: Cordial Dialogue with an ..."
"Right, and ultimately Mathison's position suffers even further from the fact that, within Protestantism, there ..."

“Solo” Scriptura vs. Sola Scriptura: Reply ..."
"Very well-put. My position is that all forms of sola Scriptura, no matter how nuanced ..."

“Solo” Scriptura vs. Sola Scriptura: Reply ..."
"The longer I hang around, the more convinced I become that certain kinds of atheism ..."

Catholic Sexuality: Cordial Dialogue with an ..."

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!


TRENDING AT PATHEOS Catholic
What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment