100 Biblical Arguments Against Sola Scripturaby Dave Armstrong
Fundamentalists — and many other Protestants — use this question all the time, particularly when they’re dealing with Catholics. When they are being trained how to talk with Catholics, Fundamentalist evangelizers are taught to use this question. They see it as the “master key” to
“Where Is THAT in the Bible?”
Fundamentalists — and many other Protestants — use this question all the time, particularly when they’re dealing with Catholics. When they are being trained how to talk with Catholics, Fundamentalist evangelizers are taught to use this question. They see it as the “master key” to defeating Catholics.
Countless Catholics are absolutely stumped by the question and don’t know what to say in response. This is a very important principle in Protestant thought. It’s the idea that we should do our theology “by Scripture alone.” It even has a fancy Latin name — “sola scriptura.”
It’s time for Catholics to stop being beaten up with the Fundamentalists’ favorite question. That’s why Catholic Answers has published the book 100 Biblical Arguments Against Sola Scriptura by well-known apologist Dave Armstrong. This powerful new book contains just that — Biblical arguments. These are the kind that you need to get through to a Fundamentalist. After all, if they’re locked into the “Bible only” view, they won’t even listen to appeals from other sources.
That’s why you need the kind of precise, Biblically-based takedown of sola scriptura that Armstrong provides.
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Meet the Author
Dave Armstrong is the author of thirty books (eight from major Catholic publishers, with several bestsellers) and has defended Catholicism as an apologist for more than twenty years (full-time since 2001). His blog, Biblical Evidence for Catholicism, went online in 1997 and contains more than 2,500 posts. Dave has been a guest on Catholic Answers Live and his many articles have appeared in Catholic Answers Magazine and other Catholic periodicals.
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