Saturday, January 29, 2005

Confessional Scholasticism versus Biblical Theology Revisited: Over the past few days I pondered adding a preface to a post I made back in June, AD 2004. That post is found at the link above. Here is an excerpt from the preface that has now been added.
What does Sola Scriptura mean? What does Sola Scriptura look like in practice? Do we look at the Bible though the glasses of historical theology, or do we look at historical theology through the glasses of Scripture? Can there be a sin of "confession-olatry"? Do we really want to say that any one era of historical theology, Puritan or whatever, was really the last word on exegesis and theological development? Does not Sola Scriptura demand Semper Reformanda?...

~ The Billy Goat ~

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