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Pillars of Sola Scriptura: Replies to Whitaker, Goode, & Biblical “Proofs” for “Bible Alone” By Dave Armstrong
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"Sola Scriptura" ("Scripture Alone") is considered one of the two “pillars” -- along with "sola fide", or “faith alone” -- of the Protestant... More > Revolt of the sixteenth century. It’s fundamental in Protestant thinking with regard to the all-important issue of Christian authority and determination of true theology. Most Protestant defenders of "Scripture Alone" contend that it is taught in the Bible. I maintain that their alleged prooftexts are invariably logically circular and fatally weak. William Whitaker (1548-1595) was an Anglican apologist. His masterwork was "Disputation on Holy Scripture," published in 1588. William Goode (1801-1868), also an Anglican, wrote "The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice" in 1842. These two works are considered by many Protestants to be the best defenses of "sola Scriptura" ever penned. I contend that they fail in their task, and that if indisputable biblical evidences for the position can’t be found, it collapses in a heap of self-contradiction.< Less
Pillars of Sola Scriptura: Replies to Whitaker, Goode, & Biblical “Proofs” for “Bible Alone” By Dave Armstrong
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"Sola Scriptura" ("Scripture Alone") is considered one of the two “pillars” -- along with "sola fide", or “faith alone” -- of the Protestant... More > Revolt of the sixteenth century. It’s fundamental in Protestant thinking with regard to the all-important issue of Christian authority and determination of true theology. Most Protestant defenders of "Scripture Alone" contend that it is taught in the Bible. I maintain that their alleged prooftexts are invariably logically circular and fatally weak. William Whitaker (1548-1595) was an Anglican apologist. His masterwork was "Disputation on Holy Scripture," published in 1588. William Goode (1801-1868), also an Anglican, wrote "The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice" in 1842. These two works are considered by many Protestants to be the best defenses of "sola Scriptura" ever penned. I contend that they fail in their task, and that if indisputable biblical evidences for the position can’t be found, it collapses in a heap of self-contradiction.< Less
Pillars of Sola Scriptura: Replies to Whitaker, Goode, & Biblical “Proofs” for “Bible Alone” By Dave Armstrong
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"Sola Scriptura" ("Scripture Alone") is considered one of the two “pillars” -- along with "sola fide", or “faith alone” -- of the Protestant... More > Revolt of the sixteenth century. It’s fundamental in Protestant thinking with regard to the all-important issue of Christian authority and determination of true theology. Most Protestant defenders of "Scripture Alone" contend that it is taught in the Bible. I maintain that their alleged prooftexts are invariably logically circular and fatally weak. William Whitaker (1548-1595) was an Anglican apologist. His masterwork was "Disputation on Holy Scripture," published in 1588. William Goode (1801-1868), also an Anglican, wrote "The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice" in 1842. These two works are considered by many Protestants to be the best defenses of "sola Scriptura" ever penned. I contend that they fail in their task, and that if indisputable biblical evidences for the position can’t be found, it collapses in a heap of self-contradiction.< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 183 - Christ the Mediator By Thomas Boston et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. God is infinite and holy. Man is merely a creature, and a rebellious, sinful creature. What can bring God and man together--the one Mediator Jesus Christ.... More > The office of Christ as Mediator is essential to our salvation as well as to our peace and spiritual comfort. Enjoy these articles on the subject: Christ the Mediator of the New Covenant, by Thomas Watson (1620-1686). Of Christ the Mediator, from the London Confession of 1689. Of Christ's Offices in General, by Thomas Boston (1676-1732). The Mediator of the Covenant Described in His Person, Nature, and Offices, by William Witaker (1548-1595). A Mediator, by C.H. Spurgeon (1834-1892). The Fulness of the Mediator, by John Gill (1697-1771).< Less
The Social Life of Artistic Property By Michael Mandiberg et al.
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What happens when twelve artists gather to discuss the relationship between art and property? In twenty meetings over two and a half years, the core group of Pablo Helguera, Michael Mandiberg,... More > William Powhida, Amy Whitaker and Caroline Woolard birthed this provocative volume. The group produced three pieces of writing about experiments in group living and three proposals for the future of artistic property, including initiatives that reimagine studio space, living space, and artwork. The group is grateful for contributions to this conversation by many others, especially Lise Soskolne and Peter Walsh, whose contributions are published elsewhere. Bound together, here is a record of the group's research and an invitation to consider the forgotten histories and plausible futures of the social life of artistic property.< Less
The Social Life of Artistic Property By Michael Mandiberg et al.
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What happens when twelve artists gather to discuss the relationship between art and property? In twenty meetings over two and a half years, the core group of Pablo Helguera, Michael Mandiberg,... More > William Powhida, Amy Whitaker and Caroline Woolard birthed this provocative volume. The group produced three pieces of writing about experiments in group living and three proposals for the future of artistic property, including initiatives that reimagine studio space, living space, and artwork. The group is grateful for contributions to this conversation by many others, especially Lise Soskolne and Peter Walsh, whose contributions are published elsewhere. Bound together, here is a record of the group's research and an invitation to consider the forgotten histories and plausible futures of the social life of artistic property.< Less
Lincoln County, Tennessee: History Revealed Through Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of Its Ancestors By M. Secrist
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Many biographical and genealogical sketches of Lincoln County ancestors have been collected and presented here. Combined, these sketches reveal the history of Lincoln County, Tennessee. A few of the... More > names in here: Alsup, Anderson, Armstrong, Ashby, Barnett, Bass, Beard, Bearden, Beasley, Beaver, Benedict, Blake, Blakemore, Bonner, Boone, Brandon, Bright, Brown, Bryan, Bryson, Carrigan, Cary, Caughran, Chitwood, Clark, Clift, Coats, Copeland, Darnall, Dean, Diemer, Douthat, Drake, Duff, Dunlap, Dyer, Edmondson, Ellis, Erwin, Farrar, Faulkner, Gage, Gibson, Gill, Greer, Gregory, Halbert, Hampton, Harris, Hatcher, Hayes, Henderson, Hill, Hines, Hobbs, Holman, Isaacs, James, Jarvis, Jones, Koonce, Landess, Lloyd, Long, Luna, Malone, McClellan, McElroy, McGuire, McKinney, Miles, Moore, Neil, Noblitt, Parks, Patterson, Pigg, Pope, Rodes, Routt, Rowe, Sanders, Shofner, Smith, Stevenson, Stewart, Stone, Sugg, Sullivan, Taylor, Thomas, Waggoner, Warden, Wells, Whitaker, Williams, Wilson, Woodard, Woodruff, Yeates...< Less