Category Archives: Tradition

An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Roman Catholicism and on Protestant Faith

And also, in this post, I will address Archpriest Josiah Trenham – his EO perspective on Evangelical Protestant Faith The first video (above) by Dr. Ryan Reeves gives a good overview of the issues of the “The Great Schism of … Continue reading

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Roman Catholic “Deformation” over centuries

http://peacebyjesus.witnesstoday.org/deformation_of_new_testament_church.htm

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Ten things about Eastern Orthodoxy

http://effectualgrace.com/2017/04/17/10-things-about-eastern-orthodoxy/ A very helpful summary of Eastern Orthodoxy, in light of the conversion of Hank Hanegraaff to Eastern Orthodoxy.  (by Sam Storms)  (Posted by Pastor John Samson at Effectual Grace. Samson links directly to Storms’ article.) See also: Causing Unbelievers … Continue reading

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Response to Dave Armstrong’s response to my article on his taking Irenaeus out of context

I begin with a link to an article by Anthony Lane, that David Waltz linked to at his blog.  (see at the very bottom of his side bar, right above the famous Newman quote)  This article by Anthony Lane is … Continue reading

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Michael Kruger and Andreas Kostenberger on Walter Bauer and his “lost Christianities” thesis

 Walter Bauer, The Heresy of Orthodoxy  –  The NT books and early Christian diversity. How and When was the New Testament Canon put together.   When was Earliest complete list of New Testament Books.   

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Scripture, Tradition, and Church, by Anthony Lane

Scripture, Tradition and Church: An Historical Survey, by Anthony N. S. Lane Click to access scripture_lane.pdf

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Can a Consistent Eastern Orthodox Believer be “the Bible Answer Man” ?

Dr. James White examines Hank Hanegraaff’s recent explanations of his conversion to Eastern Orthodoxy, in the light of the gospel, Sola Scriptura, Sola Fide, prayers to icons, theosis, and other Eastern Orthodox distinctives such as “sacred oral tradition in the … Continue reading

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Sola Scriptura – Part 5

  Part 5 of Dr. White’s series on “Sola Scriptura”. See John Samson’s link with all 5 in one place.

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The defining Question about Sola Scriptura and Tradition

at the 1:03:48 mark: “Has the Roman Catholic Church infallibly defined a single word of Jesus or an apostle, that is not found in Scripture?”  Dr. James White to Mitch Pacwa “I cannot think of any.”  Mitch Pacwa This shows … 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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