Chronological List of Single Fathers
Papias (c. 60-c. 130) vs. Sola Scriptura [12-19-21]
Polycarp (69-155) vs. Sola Scriptura [12-21-21]
Cyprian (c. 210-258) vs. Sola Scriptura [12-23-21]
St. Ambrose (c. 340-397) vs. Sola Scriptura [12-18-21]
General or Multiple Church Fathers
Church Fathers and Sola Scriptura [originally July 2003; somewhat modified condensation: 4-5-17]
Debate: Church Fathers & Sola Scriptura (vs. Jason Engwer) [8-1-03]
Dialogue with a Lutheran: Church Fathers & Sola Scriptura (vs. Nathan Rinne) [10-13-11]
Dialogue with a Lutheran: Rule of Faith / Fathers / Ecclesiology (vs. Nathan Rinne) [10-17-11]
Reply to a Lutheran on Tradition & the Patristic Rule of Faith [1-10-12; additions on 2-20-18]
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Summary: The views of dozens of Church fathers are surveyed, as regards the question of “Church Fathers vs. Sola Scriptura.” None of them believed in it, as it turns out.