Tag: interpretation

Two Vital Questions

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I have read the whole Bible and attended various Catholic and Protestant churches, and after much study and exploration I believe I have a pretty good idea of the central doctrines and tenets of the Christian faith. Those who have read my essay entitled… Continue Reading “Two Vital Questions”

The Authority of Scripture

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The question of authority in matters of faith is important for any believer in God to consider. How can we know with any degree of certainty what God expects of us? Within Christianity specifically, we have to consider whether the Bible is infallible and… Continue Reading “The Authority of Scripture”

Concerning Sola Scriptura

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Those who believe in Sola Scriptura assert that the Bible is the sole infallible rule of faith of the church. Adherents to this idea often site 2 Timothy 3:16 to support this view. The scripture says “All scripture is given by inspiration of God,… Continue Reading “Concerning Sola Scriptura”