Category Archives: apostolic succession

The Rule of Faith in the early church

Roman Catholic apologists like to emphasize the tradition of the early church, and claim that other unwritten oral apostolic traditions that Paul mentions in 2 Thessalonians 2:15, are brought out later in church history.  The problem is, the main early … Continue reading

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Good questions by Timothy Kauffman

See here in the comboxes.  A very good article on the early history of relics in the early church. http://www.whitehorseblog.com/2015/06/14/diggin-up-bones/#comment-15432 BOB JUNE 16, 2015 AT 7:41 PM Tim says apostolic succession is true, don’t you Tim? REPLY Timothy F. Kauffman … Continue reading

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“The Church wrote the Bible” claim of Roman Catholicism

John R. W. Stott: “The Roman Catholics teach that, since the Bible authors were churchmen, the church wrote the Bible. Therefore the church is over the Bible and has authority to interpret it, but also to supplement it. But it … Continue reading

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