Category Archives: sola scriptura

Sola Scriptura Revisited (presentation of a 5 part series by James White posted by John Samson). SW: In listening to White’s recent presentation he does cover many things we’ve already discussed here on the CathApol Blog – and he freely admits, much … Continue reading

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1 Esdras – 3 Esdras and the Question of a Closed Canon

I read an article by James Swan posted on Friday, June 17, 2016, wherein he states he had been challenged to defend both his and James White’s position on 1 Esdras, 3 Esdras and whether or not the Canon of … Continue reading

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Defining Question on Sola Scriptura and Tradition?

The defining Question about sola scriptura and Tradition according to Ken Temple is “Has the Roman Catholic Church infallibly defined a single word of Jesus or an apostle, that is not found in Scripture?”  That question was posed to Fr. … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of the Blessed Trinity

Recently there was a debate between James White and Ustadh Adnan Rashid, or Adnan as he is referred to (the actual debate YouTube is found at the bottom of this article).  The title/theme/thesis of the debate was “The Doctrine of … Continue reading

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Sola Scriptura and Sacred Tradition

  James Swam re-posted an article on the Canon of Sacred Scripture and challenged whether or not it is part of Sacred Tradition – and thus, infallible. “The Canon as Infallible Sacred Tradition” This originally appeared on the aomin blog, … Continue reading

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Scripture and Tradition

The online dictionary defines the word tradition to be “the handing down of statements, beliefs, legends, customs, information, etc., from generation to generation.” The Sacred Scriptures, the Old and New Testament, are a kind of tradition, a tradition handed down … Continue reading

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Authority – The Fundamental Issue

​ We can banter about, back and forth, all we want – but NONE of these arguments are going to come to a true and final outcome when we operate from wholly variant premises.  If we boil it down, we’re … Continue reading

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