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In Defense of Sola Fide: A Refutaion of N.T. Wright's view of Justification By Paul Yoon Jr.
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One of the most debated topics in Pauline scholarship today is New Perspectives on Paul (NPP). NT Wright says that the church has misjudged early Judaism, mistaking it as a version of Pelagianism and... More > that traditional understanding of justification was wrong. According to Wright, Paul was against the Judaizers not because of legalism but because they excluded the Gentiles and did not accept Jesus as Messiah. Wright’s rejection of imputation of God’s righteousness and justification by faith alone arises from historical-critical ideology, covenant theology, and anti-traditionalism. However, the NT describes first-century Judaism as a legalistic religion (Matt 23:15; Luke 18:12; John 6:27) and that justification is by faith alone (Rom 3:22, 28; Gal 3:11). We must contend for justification by faith alone, because it is biblical. We must not compromise with Wright, who subtly misinterprets this key doctrine. Justification by works is heretical at best and will destroy souls. < Less
In Defense of Sola Fide: A Refutaion of N.T. Wright's view of Justification By Paul Yoon Jr.
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One of the most debated topics in Pauline scholarship today is New Perspectives on Paul (NPP). NT Wright says that the church has misjudged early Judaism, mistaking it as a version of Pelagianism and... More > that traditional understanding of justification was wrong. According to Wright, Paul was against the Judaizers not because of legalism but because they excluded the Gentiles and did not accept Jesus as Messiah. Wright’s rejection of imputation of God’s righteousness and justification by faith alone arises from historical-critical ideology, covenant theology, and anti-traditionalism. However, the NT describes first-century Judaism as a legalistic religion (Matt 23:15; Luke 18:12; John 6:27) and that justification is by faith alone (Rom 3:22, 28; Gal 3:11). We must contend for justification by faith alone, because it is biblical. We must not compromise with Wright, who subtly misinterprets this key doctrine. Justification by works is heretical at best and will destroy souls.< Less
73 Reasons to Reject Sola Scriptura - The Easy Button Bible By Roger LeBlanc
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This book contains a section for each of the 73 Books found in the Catholic Canon of Scripture, but the Scripture itself will be missing. In its place will be 73 arguments against the concept of... More > Sola Scriptura which is the belief that the Bible is the “sole rule of authority”, and that individuals are guided by the Holy Spirit in a proper understanding of Scripture apart from the Catholic Church. The “Easy Bible Button” on the cover drives home the point that Protestantism has been riddled with division since the days of the Reformation. There is no voice that comes forth from the Bible with a click on a button, and this means “unity” is not possible until Sola Scriptura is abandoned as a rule of faith. Tens of thousands of legally registered Protestant denominations bicker and differ with each other over the Bible. This is evidence that Sola Scriptura is a flawed understanding of Christianity and a flawed rule of faith.< Less
73 Reasons to Reject Sola Scriptura - The Easy Button Bible By Roger LeBlanc
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This book contains a section for each of the 73 Books found in the Catholic Canon of Scripture, but the Scripture itself will be missing. In its place will be 73 arguments against the concept of... More > Sola Scriptura which is the belief that the Bible is the “sole rule of authority”, and that individuals are guided by the Holy Spirit in a proper understanding of Scripture apart from the Catholic Church. The “Easy Bible Button” on the cover drives home the point that Protestantism has been riddled with division since the days of the Reformation. There is no voice that comes forth from the Bible with a click on a button, and this means “unity” is not possible until Sola Scriptura is abandoned as a rule of faith. Tens of thousands of legally registered Protestant denominations bicker and differ with each other over the Bible. This is evidence that Sola Scriptura is a flawed understanding of Christianity and a flawed rule of faith.< 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
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
Autobiography of Madame Guyon By Madame Guyon
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Madam Guyon is a heretic to some, but a saint to others. Living at a time when being charged as heretic was a matter of civil law, Madam Guyon was imprisoned and persecuted for her unyielding stance... More > against the religious authorities in France. Guyon wrote her autobiography while being held at the infamous Bastille. Often associated with the Quietist movement, Guyon advocated mystical experience as a means of growing closer to God. Many would consider her view of the church paradoxical. Guyon taught the Reformation principles of sola gracia and sola fide while she clung to the Roman Catholic Church, even as she was persecuted for her theology. Is Madam Guyon a heretic or a saint? Read her autobiography and decide for yourself. -Andrew Hanson, CCEL Intern< Less
Obedient Faith By P. Andrew Sandlin
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A tribute by students and friends to a courageous theologian's lifelong stand for a full-orbed, obedient Christianity
Are We Saved by Faith Alone? By William DeTucci
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Are We Saved by Faith Alone? Is a scholarly work on the history and theology of why a 16th century German Monk named Luther caused a riot within Christendom against the Catholic Church. Filled with... More > robust documentation and a comparison of Luther's teachings Against Christ's - proves to be overwhelming and shocking! Did Luther "accuse" Christ of committing Adultery? What was Luther's teaching on Lying? This and much more are included. A must read for the Historian, Scholar, and Layman.< Less