Earlier in the year I was drawn into a debate with a colleague on the relevance of church tradition. As an historic reformed protestant, I was defending the view that tradition plays a necessary, though subordinate, role in our theological promulgations. As a typical "modern evangelical", my friend was defending the view that the Bible is all we need. Following are my arguments and counter-arguments in the order in which they occurred:
No Theology Without Tradition
More Objections Answered
Final Comments on Scripture and Tradition
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