Solo Scriptura and Sola Scriptura

Keith Mathison has written an answer to Bryan Cross and Neil Judisch. It is a very thoughtful and helpful discussion that does not fail to deal at the presuppositional level.

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5 Comments

  1. February 21, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    Mathison’s reply is really quite excellent. It deals with historical and philosophical issues central to the debate between Protestantism and Catholicism. I will be recommending it to all who come across Called to Communion’s lay defense of Rome.

  2. bsuden said,

    February 21, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    Thanks for the heads up on this.
    Mathison deals in depth with what DTK has said here along with Matt D over at Beggars All.
    BCross et al are ex prots operating on prot presuppositions regarding private judgement in apologizing for Rome. But not only are they self appointed, they’re married, so they can never become most holy priests, never mind his most eminent holiness, you know who.
    Yet like Avis, they do try harder.
    It will be small consolation in that day, unfortunately.

  3. AJ said,

    February 22, 2011 at 3:09 am

    Mathison’s reply was good but lacking in depth and profundity that has been refuted just recently by Dr. Michael Liccione found on this link, very thought provoking:

    http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2011/02/mathisons-reply-to-cross-and-judisch-a-largely-philosophical-critique/#comments

    AND:

    http://catholicnick.blogspot.com/

    Peace and Grace.

  4. johnbugay said,

    February 22, 2011 at 5:46 am

    Liccione is mistaken on multiple points.

    And I have previously addressed the different “interpretive paradigms” here.

  5. Tim Prussic said,

    February 23, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    I’m glad this discussion is going on. I couldn’t get anywhere at Called to Communion, as they kept labeling me Solo Scriptura and dismissing my arguments. Thanks for the links to Liccione and Mathison. I hope to continue working on this issue. I have posted a significant handful of articles at Providence on this and related issues:

    http://prussic.wordpress.com/category/theology/roman-catholicism/


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