If you have ever spent time debating non-Catholics on the scriptural basis of Catholic beliefs, invariably the discussion of “Sola Scriptura” will come up at some point. “Sola Scriptura” is latin for the “bible alone”, the protestant idea that the sole rule of faith is scripture… not tradition, and certainly not the Catholic Church. In […]
Well IF (noticed I tried to use a big IF) that’s true, then it would seem to me that St. Paul must have missed a whole bunch of memos from the home office. I mean if I were St. Paul, and I was the “consumate Protestant”, rejecting the Catholic Church, holding up doctrines such as “the bible alone”, “faith alone” , “once saved always saved”, “there is no purgatory”, “the Eucharist is only a symbol”, “pastors are free to marry” and so many others… then I would have NEVER written verses that seemed to suggest anything to the contrary of my beliefs.
This week on “Behold The Man” we take on the topic of sola scriptura or scripture alone. Where is scripture alone found in scripture? That’s the big question as we look at why the Church teaches a both tradition and scripture approach to passing on the Gospel.
http://media.blubrry.com/catholic/p/www.joemcclane.com/joemcclane/The_Catholic_Hack%21_Podcast/B101A821-BCE2-463D-BF2F-B384FEE80F70_files/The_Catholic_Hack%21_No_7.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Hello once again to the Catholic Hack! Download the Mp3’s @: JoeMcClane.com or you can go to: My Feed Burner site In this show I wanted to carry on our conversation about Scripture by discussing weather or not Sola Scritpura is actually scriptural. I believe the actual argument […]