Scripture Alone: A ‘Sola’ of the Reformation

EVENING WORSHIP at NCPC-Selma, audio of the evening sermon (exposition/lecture), “An Evening Series on the Reformation: Sola Scriptura” October 1, 2017

Texts that inform the topic of Scripture: 2 Timothy 3:15-17 & 2 Peter 1:16-21

OUTLINE: Introduction: The context of Scripture Alone: various traditions of authority (1.) Inspiration & Authority of Scripture (2.) Infallibility & Inerrancy of Scripture (3.) Supreme Normativity of Scripture (4.) Interpretation of Scripture (5.) Sufficiency of Scripture. Conclusion: pastor’s personal illustration from Psalm 31:9 (HCSB)

About Joseph V. (Josh) Carmichael

Board Certified Chaplain. Ordained Minister. Adjunct Professor. Writer. Husband to my dear wife. Father of six young men. (PhD, SBTS; MDiv, RTS; MBA, UA)
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