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re: Sola Scriptura
I heard Dr. Brown say Sola Scriptura meant “Scripture Alone”; I’ve heard a Reformed believer (or teacher) say that “Scripture Alone” would be “SolO Scriptura”, whereas “SolA Scriptura” means “Scripture is the final authority”.
I just wanted to mention that; what follows are some excerpts from, and a link to, an article where another (apparently) Reformed believer compares and contrasts what he or she feels are some important differences between the two:
“The Reformation Doctrine of Sola Scriptura
To summarize the Reformation doctrine of sola Scriptura, or the Reformation doctrine of the relation between Scripture and tradition, we may say that Scripture is to be understood as the sole source of divine revelation; it is the only inspired, infallible, final, and authoritative norm of faith and practice.
The Revisionist Doctrine of ‘solo’ Scriptura
In contrast with the Reformation doctrine of sola Scriptura, the revisionist doctrine of ‘solo’ Scriptura is marked by radical individualism and a rejection of the authority of the church and the ecumenical creeds.”
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