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Clement of Rome (circa A.D. 96): Clement wrote 1 Clement in about A.D. 100. He wrote it to the troubled church in Corinth. Dockery says that 1 Clement contains various hermeneutical approaches.
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The final session on day two of the Strange Fire conference was led by Steven Lawson who spoke on “The Puritan Commitment to Sola Scriptura.” This was another historical message meant to demonstrate how our forebears were committed to the doctrine of Scripture alone. 1,446 more words
A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture, A New Free eBook from Keith Mathison
In A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture, Dr. Mathison briefly introduces us to a topic that has long been a subject of debate, aiming to equip Christians with a clear foundation so that they may approach questions and discussions pertaining to science and Scripture with grace, humility, and patience. 91 more words
In the words of Dr. James Renihan:
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What is Biblicism?
D.B. Riker provides a helpful definition: “biblicism is the rejection of everything not explicitly stated in the Bible, and the concomitant dismissal of all non-biblical witnesses (Fathers, Creeds, Medieval Doctors, Councils, etc.)”
Protestants often claim that 2 Timothy 3:16-17 are a sufficient proof of their doctrine of sola scriptura:
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All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be…
by Mike Ratliff
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Sola Scriptura In Sacred scripture alone we find
Sola Gratia Salvation is by grace alone
Sola Fide Through faith alone
Solus Christus In Christ alone…
Scriptures dignity, truth, simplicity, effectiveness, shows that its authority does not proceed from the church, but God
Secondary helps to establish the credibility of Scripture.
I. The arrangement of the sacred volume.
II. Its dignity.
III. Its truth.
IV. Its simplicity.
V. Its efficacy. 507 more words