Faithful to Scripture and Confession Today

Looking at the changing character of the world and context in which Christians find themselves, this article considers what it means to be faithful to Scripture and confession. Arguing for the normative character of Scripture, this article shows how it relate to confession and tradition, and points to the way of working with Scripture in its context and the confession in our context.

Creeds, The Believer and Sufficiency of the Scriptures (2)

Does confessing the sufficiency of scripture nullify the need for creeds? Why should a believer be bound by creeds? Is the authority of scripture not enough? This article discusses the danger of independentism (seeking autonomy from creeds and confessions). Creeds have a derived authority, since they are based on the truth of scripture. Creeds are crucial to the expression of the true faith as taught in Scripture and for the unity of God’s true churches.

Creeds, The Believer and Sufficiency of the Scriptures (1)

Does confessing the sufficiency of scripture nullify the need for creeds? Why should a believer be bound by creeds? Is the authority of scripture not enough? This article discusses the danger of independentism (seeking autonomy from creeds and confessions). Creeds have a derived authority, since they are based on the truth of scripture. Creeds are crucial to the expression of the true faith as taught in Scripture and for the unity of God’s true churches.