Who’s In Charge Here?: The Illusions of Church Infallibility
Those of us who remain Reformed must examine the Scriptures and the relevant arguments before concluding that Rome's claims are not justified and its teaching is at variance with crucial biblical doctrines.
In my experience with those who wrestle with conversion to Roman Catholicism—at least those who have professed faith in the gospel—the driving theological issue is authority. How can I be certain that what I believe is true?
The gospel of free grace through the justification of sinners in Christ alone moves to the backseat. Instead of the horse, it becomes the cart. Adjustments are made in their understanding of the gospel after accepting Rome’s arguments against sola scriptura. I address these remarks to friends struggling with that issue.
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