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The shape of sola scriptura

by Keith A. Mathison

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Published by Canon Press in Moscow, Idaho .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible -- Evidences, authority, etc.,
  • Protestant churches -- Doctrines.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-355) and indexes.

    StatementKeith A. Mathison.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS480 .M36 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination363 p. ;
    Number of Pages363
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3937284M
    ISBN 101885767749
    LC Control Number2001000512

    Sola Scriptura: Some Historical and Contemporary Perspectives are offered. Lastly, by way of conclusion the discussion is rehearsed in brief. 1. Sola Scriptura Yesterday Sola Scriptura was one of the great catch cries of the Reformation and along with the other sola formulae (sola fide, sola gratia, solo. Review of Keith Mathison's The Shape of Sola Scriptura. Honest book but has some mistakes (April 2, ). I recommend this book over the massive Webster/King volumes. Its shorter, more honest, clears up misunderstandings, and concedes a lot of ground to the Catholic/Orthodox position.

      In what shape do we find the doctrine of sola Scriptura today? Many modern Evangelicals see it as a license to ignore history and the creeds in favor of a more splintered approach to the Christian living. In the past two decades, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox apologists have strongly tried Author: Keith A. Mathison. Cited in Keith A. Mathison, The Shape of Sola Scriptura (Canon Press & Book Service ISBN ), p. 13 ^ (Canon Press & Book Service ISBN ), pp. 13–14The Shape of Sola ScripturaKeith A. Mathison, ^ ^ Peter M.J. Hess and Paul Allen (). Catholicism and Science. ^ ^.

    Sola Scriptura (Latin: by scripture alone) is a theological doctrine held by some Christian denominations that the Christian scriptures are the sole source of authority for Christian faith and practice.. While the scriptures' meaning is mediated through many kinds of subordinate authority, such as the ordinary teaching offices of a denominated church, the ecumenical creeds, the councils of the.   I’m about to read his book The Shape of Sola Scriptura. I’m pretty sure he is Reformed (Calvinist). I have not read the book, but from some Catholic apologetics articles, he attempts to hold a high view of Tradition on the outside, but in fact is no different than the .


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The shape of sola scriptura by Keith A. Mathison Download PDF EPUB FB2

The major weakness of the book, as others have pointed out, is that Mathison fails to make a truly appreciable distinction between SOLA Scriptura and SOLO Scriptura.

By insisting the church is to be the one that interprets and communicates the true meaning of the Bible, Mathison appears to avoid the pitfall of radical individualism/5(33). This book is a an eye-opener for all who have been frustrated with denominational splits, or have have hidden suspicions of the doctrine.

It is amazing how Reformed can know the doctrine of sola fide inside out, and still hold to what mathison terms "solo scriptura." This is the best treatment, explanation, and defense of the doctrine.

The Shape of Sola Scriptura book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In what shape do we find the doctrine of sola Scriptura /5. Keith Mathison seeks to describe the true "shape" of the doctrine of Sola Scriptura in this book and throws an incredible amount of clarity into the debate.

Mathison begins the book with a historical survey of the church and draws out the varying views of Scripture and Tradition and describes essentially four different approaches that have been 4/5. The ancient, medieval, and classical Protestant view of sola Scriptura actually has a quite different shape than most opponents and defenders maintain.

Therein lies the goal of this book-an intriguing defense of the ancient (and classical Protestant) doctrine of sola Scriptura against the claims of Rome, the East, and modern Evangelicalism.5/5(1).

Buy The Shape of Sola Scriptura by Mathison, Keith A (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(16). The ancient, medieval, and classical Protestant view of sola Scriptura actually has a quite different shape than most opponents and defenders maintain.

Therein lies the goal of this book-an intriguing defense of the ancient (and classical Protestant) doctrine of sola Scriptura against the claims of Rome, the East, and modern Evangelicalism/5(). The Shape of Sola Scriptura | Keith A. Mathison | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.

What do we mean when we say that we believe in sola Scriptura, or Scripture alone. Like all the solas, a proper understanding of the doctrine of sola Scriptura requires a certain amount of historical and theological context. In the first place, we need to understand that the Reformation doctrine of sola Scriptura arose within the context of the late medieval Western church and its : Keith Mathison.

The ancient, medieval, and classical Protestant view of sola Scriptura actually has a quite different shape than most opponents and defenders maintain. Therein lies the goal of this book-an intriguing defense of the ancient (and classical Protestant) doctrine of sola Scriptura against the claims of Rome, the East, and modern : Canon Press.

He recommended a book by Keith Mathison called The Shape of Sola Scriptura. So I obtained the book and read it last week. It turns out Tim was right. And so was I. Let me rephrase that. I stated that Reformers like Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli “tried to reject tradition and return to the Sola Scriptura,’the Bible alone.'” This was the.

What does sola scriptura mean. Keith A. Mathison, in The Shape of Sola Scriptura, examines how the doctrine of “Scripture alone” has been applied rightly and wrongly throughout concept remains a relevant issue in evangelical Christianity today because of misinterpretation and/or misapplication of this key term by the church.

In his book The Shape Of Sola Scriptura Dr. Mathison has provided the church with a very helpful defense and explication of the biblical doctrine of sola scriptura.

The author's conviction is that the Magisterial Reformer's understanding of the relationship between Scripture, tradition, and the Church is substantially correct.5/5(5). Book Review: The Shape of Sola Scriptura. By Keith A. Mathison.

() Keith Mathison’s book The Shape of Sola Scriptura is an apologia for the classic Protestant dogma of sola scriptura (the Bible alone). The book is timely because in recent years a growing number of Protestants have become Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox.

Many of these former Protestants left because of a theological. The major weakness of the book, as others have pointed out, is that Mathison fails to make a truly appreciable distinction between SOLA Scriptura and SOLO Scriptura. By insisting the church is to be the one that interprets and communicates the true meaning of the Bible, Mathison appears to avoid the pitfall of radical individualism/5(22).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Part One: The historical context --The early church --The Middle Ages --Martin Luther and John Calvin --The radical Reformation, the Counter-Reformation, and Post-Reformation developments --Part Two: The witness of scripture --Scripture on scripture and tradition --Scripture on the church --Part.

The Shape of Sola Scriptura Keith A. Mathison. Year: Language: english Pages: / Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then.

Peace. Has anyone read Keith Mathison’s book, “The Shape of Sola Scriptura”. As explained to me by a non-Catholic, in Mathison’s book the doctrine of SS states that the Scriptures are the only infallible authority in life; however, there are other authorities, such as the church, and interpretation and application of the Scriptural text is to take place within the community.

The ancient, medieval, and classical Protestant view of sola Scriptura actually has a quite different shape than most opponents and defenders maintain. Therein lies the goal of this book-an intriguing defense of the ancient (and classical Protestant) doctrine of sola Scriptura against the claims of Rome, the East, and modern Evangelicalism.

Father Andrew Stephen Damick recently wrote: Protestants and a Churchless Tradition: “Sola” vs. “Solo” Scriptura. It’s an excellent article and I encourage readers to read the entire article. In this article I have excerpted parts of Father Andrew’s article and used it as a basis my take on what is happening with the recent rediscovery of historic sola scriptura by Evangelicals.

In The Shape of Sola Scriptura, Keith Mathison intends to accomplish two purposes regarding the doctrine of sola scriptura. One purpose he attempts is to clear away some of the historical and theological misconceptions surrounding the debate about sola scriptura.

Much of the debate, he contends, on both sides of the argument, is marred by.The ancient, medieval, and classical Protestant view of sola Scriptura actually has a quite different shape than most opponents and defenders maintain. Therein lies the goal of this book—an intriguing defense of the ancient (and classical Protestant) doctrine of sola Scriptura against the claims of Rome, the East, and modern Evangelicalism.The Shape of Sola Scriptura This book is an attempt to present the true doctrine of sola scriptura amidst the various confusing and misleading notions of the relationship between scripture, church and creeds that exists in Christendom today.