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In this e-mail exchange between guest apologist Brock Restovich and Chad (a Baptist), Chad demonstrates the hole Protestantism has dug for itself in regards to Sacred Tradition, alternately refusing it and relying on it.
See this humdinger of a video of Gerry Matatics asking James White the following questions: (a) "Did the people in Jesus' day practice Sola Scriptura?" (b)"Did the Apostles practice Sola Scriptura, Mr. White, yes or no?" Incredibly, James White answers "no" to both questions!!!! At least he's honest, but the question is: if the early Christians or the Apostles did not practice Sola Scriptura, then why does Mr. White? And more importantly, if you are a Protestant, then why do you?
Mark Bonocore responds to a critique from a Protestant on an earlier paper he wrote. Focusing on the Gospel of Matthew and the epistemological flaws of Protestantism, Mark leaves this gentleman "holding" the bag.
Jason Engwer receives a remedial lesson in basic apologetics. Read how Mark Bonocore completely obliterates Engwer's position on Sola Scriptura, showing him that he has no objective standard for his interpretations of the Bible.
John Pacheco and James White share their views on Sola Scriptura and various issues surrounding Church ecclesiology. The first salvo comes early in the exchange when James suggests that St. Jerome believed in Sola Scriptura. After a few tit-for-tats, both participants continue a more substantive exchange. An amusing read that will keep you hooked till the end. Please pay particular attention to James' ultimate position in an eternal and transcendent truth surrounding a mini-exchange (near the end of the dialogue) on Mary's Perpetual Virginity.