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  • « Ligonier National Conference 2010 | Main | Justification »

    Patristics for Protestants: Feedback Needed!

    To everyone interested: I have just set up an experimental new project, Patristics for Protestants, in which I hope to gather together many annotated quotations from the Church fathers, which pertain to many of the points of contention between Rome and the Protestants. This is still in its incipient stages, and your feedback would be most opportune. Please stop by, and leave suggestions!

    Patristics for Protestants

    Posted by Nathan on June 24, 2010 12:52 PM

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    You may be interested in the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture in 29 volumes:
    http:/amzn.com/0830824774/

    Also see the work of King and Webster on sola scriptura and patristics:
    http://www.the-highway.com/br_solascriptura.html

    Thanks for the links! I know the ACCS is very helpful, and I'm not familiar with King and Webster's work, but that looks good too.

    Thanks again,
    Nathan

    Sure thing.
    It looks like something happened to "the Highway" site. Well, it's still here:
    http://web.archive.org/web/20080208035415/www.the-highway.com/br_solascriptura.html

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