Table Scraps: Sola Scriptura

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There is a handful of Protestant pastors who have left their church bodies and have joined the Roman Catholic Church. Some of them have taken it upon themselves to convince other non-Catholics to also "come home to Rome." The first step in the process is to get the person to question "Sola Scriptura" or "Scripture Alone." But do these Catholic apologists have the proper understanding of Sola Scriptura? Rev. Steven Parks pastor of University Hills Lutheran Church in Denver, CO will join Pastor Wolfmueller in this discussion about Sola Scriptura.

Gem indeed!

Great show. Had the opportunity to listen today. Hope that you all can follow-up with subsequent programs with Pr. Parks on Christ Alone, and Grace Alone. Evan will have to put it in Latin for me, he's the seminarian!

"There is a handful of

"There is a handful of Protestant pastors who have left their church bodies and have joined the Roman Catholic Church."

There is certainly more than just a handful. Look here:
http://www.ewtn.com/vondemand/audio/seriessearchprog.asp?seriesID=-6892289

Great show, although I find it embarrassing that both of you laughed at RC beliefs.

RE: there is a handful of

Thanks for that, granted not all of Grodi's guests are former pastors, however. We've used audio from his show before and might use more of it in the future.

I don't completely understand what you mean when you say, "I find it embarrassing that both of you laughed at RC beliefs."

RE

I think laughing and using words like "ridiculous" are inappropriate while dealing with -even false- doctrine. Nevertheless the show is first ond foremost an outstanding lesson - that was what I wanted to emphasize.

A gem

Pastor Steve Parks is brilliant with this stuff. I kept taking notes during the interview. PrBW

RE: A gem

I hope he comes back in a couple weeks to talk about Sola Fide even though you didn't award him any points for his brilliance.