"The Authority of Scripture" by Paul Cook - Thu Mar 24, 2005 8:33 PM
THE 450th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation calls for a re-examination of the authority of Scripture in the light of that great event and the contemporary Church situation of our own day. I am not attempting an exposition of the biblical doctrine of Scripture. This has been done adequately on many occasions. What should concern us on this historic day is the significance of the authority of Scripture as an instrument of reformation.
This is a well-written and thought-provoking article that I found most challenging as well as informative. Rev. Cook divides his article into the following sections:
- WHAT IS THE AUTHORITY OF SCRIPTURE?
- THE AUTHORITY OF SCRIPTURE AND THE CHURCH
- THE AUTHORITY OF SCRIPTURE AND PREACHING
- THE AUTHORITY OF SCRIPTURE AND EVANGELISM
Read the article here: The Authority of Scripture
The article is located from the home page in: Calvinism and the Reformed Faith > Sola Scriptura.
In His service and grace,