Tag Archives: Protestant Reformation

Sola Scriptura: The Bible is Clear

A week ago I posted the first of five blogs on the subject of sola Scriptura (“Scripture alone”). This doctrine is one of the major tenets of the Protestant Reformation, and central to the evangelical faith. This is the second … Continue reading

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Sola Scriptura: The Authority of the Bible

Rather than embracing the underlying suspicion of the Bible espoused by theological liberalism (as we’ve seen in the previous three posts), I want to offer the historic doctrine of sola Scriptura as a better alternative. I disagree with Zack Hunt, … Continue reading

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Does God Care About the Bible? Should We?

We have been talking about what we believe about the Bible this week on 2thesource. In the last two posts I have talked about the popular face of theological liberalism in Christian culture today, as well as the ultimate source … Continue reading

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October 31: NOT a Non-Holiday for Christians

October 31 is not a non-holiday for Christians.  In fact, this specific day probably holds more significance in the context of church history than any number of explanations for the secular “trick-or-treat” holiday geared toward children.  One of the seminal … Continue reading

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