Beyond “two source theory” and “sola scriptura”: ecumenical perspectives on scripture and tradition

@article{Moss2016BeyondS,
  title={Beyond “two source theory” and “sola scriptura”: ecumenical perspectives on scripture and tradition},
  author={Rachel Moss},
  journal={Acta Theologica},
  year={2016},
  volume={35},
  pages={66-81}
}
  • R. Moss
  • Published 17 October 2016
  • Philosophy
  • Acta Theologica
A major source of doctrinal dispute between Catholicism and Protestantism over the centuries has revolved around the relationship between Scripture and Tradition. Does Scripture as the source of Revelation stand alone as in sola scriptura or does Scripture need to be interpreted and understood within the tradition from which it emerged and by which it should be understood. The Constitution, Dei Verbum, promulgated by the Second Vatican Council and the two Protestant Conferences held almost… 
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