Category Archives: The Canon of Scripture

Sola Scriptura Fails the Test

A fellow by the name of C. Michael Patton wrote an article “In Defense of Sola Scriptura“. On pages 19-22, the author admits that Protestants merely have a “fallible collection of infallible books”. He admits that Protestants cannot be certain that … Continue reading

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A Calvinist Anglican Converts to Orthodoxy

Mark Bradshaw, with Conversations On Orthodoxy, recently interviewed me regarding my conversion to the Orthodox Christian Faith. An audio recording of the interview is available online. Here is a transcript of the interview: Mark Bradshaw: Welcome to another Conversation on Orthodoxy. Deacon … Continue reading

Posted in 431 A.D. - Ephesus, 451 A.D. - Chalcedon, 553 A.D. - Constantinople II, Calvinism, Church History, Ecclesiology, Filioque, Liturgy, Mary the Mother of God, Missions and Evangelism, Prayers to Angels & Saints, Sola Scriptura, The Canon of Scripture, The Seven Ecumenical Councils, Worship | 2 Comments

Preaching Without a Bible

Imagine that you are a preacher.  God himself has called you to be a preacher, and He has put many people under your care.  It is your job to teach them the “three Gs” . . . 1) Who is … Continue reading

Posted in 2 Peter 2:5, 2 Thessalonians 2:15, 2 Timothy 2:2, 325 A.D. - Nicea I, 381 A.D. - Constantinople I, Church History, Ecclesiology, Ephesians 4:11, Fr. Joseph Gleason, Hebrews 13:17, Holy Scripture, Matthew 28:19-20, Orthodox Homilies, Sola Scriptura, The Canon of Scripture | 7 Comments

Masoretic Text vs. Original Hebrew

I used to believe the Masoretic Text was a perfect copy of the original Old Testament.  I used to believe that the Masoretic Text was how God divinely preserved the Hebrew Scriptures throughout the ages. I was wrong. The oldest … Continue reading

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Septuagint vs. Masoretic Text

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Dissin’ Sola Scriptura

The Lord says He wants unity and no schism in His Church, yet each “church” contradicts the others about doctrines and faith and works; If I spent my life researching interpretations, I know I’d lose all hope, Because with over … Continue reading

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The Insufficiency of Scripture

Nobody believes in the sufficiency of Scripture. Not even Protestants. Ask a Protestant whether a person can be a faithful Christian, if all he does is stay home and read the Bible. He never prays, never attends church, never listens … Continue reading

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