"The Bible Only?" - D.G. Hart on Sola Scriptura

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D.G. Hart writes his latest blogpost on Protestantism for Reformation Italy: Arguably one of the easiest doctrines for Protestants from the Reformation to accept is the idea of sola scriptura, or that the Bible alone is the sole authority for the teaching and witness of the church. Since the believers who affirm this doctrine understand God to be all knowing and infallible, and they know that sinful people are generally prone to error and deception, to say that a book of divine origin is authoritative compared to the wisdom of fallible human authors is – as they say – a no-brainer.

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