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The Authority Crisis

Today at First Things, Matthew Block looks at some recent surveys of Evangelicals Christians and analyses the results to discover why the traditional doctrines f the church are fading so rapidly:  …the idea that many Christians seem to think saying Sola Scriptura is the ultimate authority somehow means it is my personal “solo” reading of Scripture that is authoritative.
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