Sound Doctrine – Sound Doctrine Is for Reading and Teaching the Bible

This chapter wants to make clear how sound doctrine helps us to read and teach the Bible wisely. Sound doctrine keeps us from inferring things from Scripture that are untrue. The Bible should be read as a single story; understanding the unity of that story is not always so simple. The chapter thus presents general rules for the reading and interpretation of Scripture.

Concise Reformed Dogmatics – Introduction

The part of Chapter 1 presented here introduces the function and nature of church dogmas or doctrines. It naturally involves a discussion of the relationship between the authority of Scripture and the tradition of the church. In the Reformed tradition Scripture functions as the highest norm. The authors emphasizes the ecclesiastical and confessional character of dogmas.