Category Archives: The rule of Faith

#TISsowhite? Reflections on Daniel Kirk’s Broadside

Originally posted on Biblical Reasoning:
Daniel Kirk has a post that has been making the rounds this week in which he connects the theological interpretation of Scripture (TIS) movement with something he calls the “problem of whiteness.” Leaving aside questions about whether…

Posted in Apologetics, The rule of Faith, Theology, Truth

Church Fathers on the Authority of Scripture

By William Webster http://www.christiantruth.com/scriptureandchurchfathers.html#39

Posted in church history, early church history, Roman Catholicism, Sola Scriptura, The rule of Faith

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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Tradition

I recently wrote an article about “tradition” over at the other blog that I sometimes write for. http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2016/04/tradition.html

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