Does the principle of sola Scriptura (that Scripture alone is the authority over the church) mean that believers should look to Scripture only?
Many professing believers in the church today won’t read anything other than the Bible, and refuse to listen to someone else interpret and preach the Word. Some even argue that the doctrine of biblical sufficiency vindicates their hermit-like Christian existence. But does the sufficiency of Scripture nullify the value of Christian scholarship or the need for Christian fellowship?
We recently put those questions to Mike Riccardi, one of the keynote speakers at the upcoming Truth Matters conference. Here’s what he had to say:
Mike’s answers—drawn from Scripture itself—highlight the immense benefit we can gain from a conference like Truth Matters, with its emphasis on the sufficiency of Scripture. Although the conference is now fully booked, Grace to You will be streaming every session live. We hope you will join us online to be edified through the preaching of God’s Word.
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