An ecumenical view on the conception of
Sola Scriptura – by Scripture alone

Sola Scriptura is a core sentence of the Reformation, going back to Martin Luther, according to which the Bible is supposed to serve as the sole basis of faith. A Protestant, a Roman Catholic and an Orthodox biblical scholar demonstrate here that this view of Scripture not only separates the ecumenical confessions from one another, but can also unite them by reflecting on the common ground provided by the biblical scriptures.
They agree that Scripture alone, properly understood, offers good news for everyone, and that only a common, expectant and critical approach to Scripture makes sustainable ecumenism possible.

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Ikonologie Band 2

 

April 19, 2021

Obituary

On the death of Hans Rothe

March 1, 2021

Brill takes over Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

Brill will take over the Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht publishing houses in Germany and Austria on 1 March 2021. Here you can find the press release.

January 21, 2021

New at Ferdinand Schöningh:

Forschungen zur baltischen Geschichte