In Part 1 we started on a journey evaluating how the New Testament was developed. Anyone who wants to take the time to investigate can find, that the New Testament was simply not just written down in one session, printed, bound, and sent out to every church, much less to every person. 1,743 more words
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Some protestants try to prove that the practice of Scripture Alone was taught and practiced by the early church. What is interesting is that I have read some arguments that try to say “Initially the apostles taught orally, but with the close of the apostolic age, all special revelation that God wanted preserved for man was codified in the written Scriptures. 1,725 more words
Below is a catholics argument trying to discredit “sola scriptura”. I will answer these in between paragraphs.
Here is a catholic:
A Quick Ten-Step Refutation of Sola Scriptura… 3,224 more words
The Impossible Possibility of Proving "Sola Scriptura": Karl Barth & John Calvin on the Self-Authenticating Authority of the Bible
In dialoguing with Catholics about sola Scriptura, I am often challenged to “prove” that Scripture truly is the supreme authority in the church independent of any interpretation (or misinterpretation) to which it might be subject. 1,233 more words
The biblical principle of “sola scriptura” is derived from these divine revelations:
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I know that, whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for ever: nothing can be put to it, nor any thing taken from it: and God doeth it, that men should fear before him.