- The Existence of Evil How can the existence of evil, physical and moral, be reconciled with the benevolence and holiness of a God infinite in his wisdom and power? This is the question which has exercised the reason and tried the faith of men in all ages of the world.
- Scripture and Tradition "The year 1996 marks the four hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the death of Martin Luther, whose famous Ninety-Five Theses sparked off a religious fire in Europe which the Roman Catholic Church was unable to extinguish. The theological conflict which ensued has often been characterized as focusing on the so-called four-fold "alones" of the Reformation: sola gratia, solo Christo, sola fide, sola Scriptura -- salvation is by grace alone, in Christ alone, by faith alone, and all that is necessary for salvation is taught in Scripture alone. Each of these principles, and certainly all four together, served as a canon by which the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church was assessed and found to be wanting."
- The Sufficiency of the Written Word This article is from chapter 5 of Sola Scriptura! The Protestant Position on the Bible is Copy Righted 1995 by Soli Deo Gloria Publications. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States. Used by permission]