31 Days of Feasting on Theology: Rule of Faith

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Gentle Reader,

Rule of Faith: The set of standards that define a religion. Protestants hold to Sola Scriptura (“Scripture alone”). Catholics and Orthodox use Scripture and Tradition (there are differences in understanding and application of that tradition).

Related Concepts and/or Examples

Tertullian on the Rule of Faith – origin of the phrase

How Important is Sola Scriptura? – from the Arminian perspective

John Wesley on the Bible – how the founder of Methodism understood the Rule of Faith

Irenaus on the Rule of Faith – precursor to Tertullian

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For all entries in the 31 Days of Feasting on Theology series, go here.

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